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High Rate of Turnover Among Stressed-Out Supply Chain Managers

May 23, 2022


Supply chain managers quit their jobs last year at the highest rate since at least 2016 due to a mix of burnout and a desire for fatter paychecks.

The high rate of turnover aligns with the escalation of supply chain woes in 2021. The pandemic led to shuttered manufacturing plants, backed up ports and rapidly increasing transportation costs. Those headaches have largely fallen to supply chain managers to sort out, making their jobs far tougher — but also more lucrative.

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