These ‘boomerang’ employees went back to their old jobs. They tell us why

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With the job market still going strong, millions of workers have switched jobs in the past year.

In March, a record 4.5 million people quit their jobs, according to the Labor Department, many of whom left to seek higher pay, better benefits and flexibility or new career opportunities.
But sometimes new roles don’t pan out as expected, and some workers end up returning to the job they left.
“There may be some buyer’s remorse happening where people may have jumped ship … they’re looking for fair compensation, as well as benefits and flexibility,” said Vicki Salemi, career expert for job search platform Monster. “Now they’re in the job and it’s no longer brand new and they’re thinking, ‘this is not the right cultural fit for me.'”
Originally Published: CNN