As commute times increase, the drive to work may be driving people to look for new jobs.
According to a new survey from Robert Half, 45 percent of people say their trip to the office is too long – up from 30 percent in a similar 2017 survey.
The survey found that Chicago, Miami, New York and San Francisco had the most workers who quit a job because of a bad commute.
Seattle topped the list of cities where workers say that their commute has gotten worse – followed by Denver, Austin and San Francisco.
Workers also said the stress of longer travel times can make them less productive on the job.
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