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US workers are having a harder time switching jobs than they expected. 
That’s the takeaway from a new Harris Poll study that examined job seekers’ recent experiences with the labor market, which is still strong but starting to show cracks. More than 70% of those looking for a new role said it was more difficult than they had anticipated. 

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