South Carolina Has One of 2022’s Highest Job Resignation Rates

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With Americans quitting their jobs at record rates during the so-called “Great Resignation,” even in the face of high inflation, WalletHub today released its updated report on 2022’s States With the Highest Job Resignation Rates.

WalletHub ranked the 50 states and the District of Columbia based on how frequently people are leaving their places of employment. Below, you can see highlights from the report.

South Carolina ranked among the bottom 10 in the nation at #8 overall, and North Carolina came in around the middle of the pack at #21 overall.

States With the Highest Job Resignation Rates

Rank  State Resignation Rate (Latest Month)  Resignation Rate (Last 12 Months) 
1 Georgia 4.80% 3.98%
2 Kentucky 4.40% 3.80%
3 Tennessee 4.30% 3.40%
4 Arizona 4.10% 3.51%
5 Wyoming 4.00% 3.64%
6 Montana 3.90% 3.67%
7 West Virginia 4.10% 3.33%
8 South Carolina 3.90% 3.55%
9 Alaska 3.50% 4.17%
10 Louisiana 4.00% 3.37%
11 Mississippi 3.80% 3.56%
12 Oklahoma 3.90% 3.33%
13 Alabama 3.90% 3.25%
14 Idaho 3.70% 3.42%
15 Arkansas 3.70% 3.32%
16 Vermont 3.70% 3.28%
17 Florida 3.60% 3.36%
18 Indiana 3.60% 3.31%
19 Missouri 3.80% 2.98%
20 Colorado 3.60% 3.22%
21 North Carolina 3.50% 3.32%
22 Delaware 3.40% 3.25%
23 Texas 3.40% 3.12%
24 New Hampshire 3.50% 2.93%
25 New Mexico 3.50% 2.90%
26 Nevada 3.30% 3.15%
27 Virginia 3.40% 2.78%
28 Maine 3.30% 2.73%
29 North Dakota 3.10% 3.04%
30 Oregon 3.10% 2.89%
31 Utah 2.90% 3.03%
32 Rhode Island 3.10% 2.69%
33 Kansas 3.00% 2.72%
34 Iowa 2.90% 2.69%
35 Michigan 2.80% 2.83%
36 Nebraska 2.70% 2.79%
37 Maryland 2.90% 2.45%
38 Hawaii 2.80% 2.59%
39 Ohio 2.70% 2.67%
40 South Dakota 2.60% 2.69%
40 Wisconsin 2.60% 2.69%
42 California 2.70% 2.50%
43 Washington 2.70% 2.43%
44 Illinois 2.50% 2.70%
45 Connecticut 2.70% 2.30%
46 Massachusetts 2.70% 2.23%
47 Minnesota 2.50% 2.44%
48 New Jersey 2.60% 2.28%
49 Pennsylvania 2.60% 2.25%
50 District of Columbia 2.30% 1.98%
51 New York 1.90% 1.91%

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