What Does BIG QUIT Mean?

Big Quit is a colloquial synonym of the phrase "Great Resignation," which refers to the phenomena of employees voluntarily resigning from their jobs en masse in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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meaning of BIG QUIT

Big Quit is another way of saying Great Resignation.

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Definition for BIG QUIT

"Employees Voluntarily Leaving Jobs En Masse" is the definition of BIG QUIT on social media apps, such as TikTok and LinkedIn, as well as in texts and on chat forums.
Definition:Employees Voluntarily Leaving Jobs En Masse
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An Academic Look at BIG QUIT

Big Quit is a neologism (i.e., a newly coined word or phrase which has emerged into everyday use).

A neologism can be:
  • A new meaning for an existing word (e.g., mood, spam).
  • A completely new word (e.g., crowdsourcing).
  • A new combination of existing words (e.g., big quit, quiet firing).

Example of BIG QUIT Used in a Text

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