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Changed by pandemic, many workers won’t return to old jobs

Nate Mullins, a former bartender from Oak, Harbor, Wash., who quit his job in November after clashing with managers over enforcing mask rules, poses for a photo near a street mural Monday, May 17, 2021, in Mount Vernon, Wash. There's a wild card in the push to return to post-pandemic life: many workers don't want to return to the jobs they once had. (Elaine Thompson/AP)

Nate Mullins, a former bartender from Oak, Harbor, Wash., who quit his job in November after clashing with managers over enforcing mask rules, poses for a photo near a street mural Monday, May 17, 2021, in Mount Vernon, Wash. There's a wild card in the push to return to post-pandemic life: many workers don't want to return to the jobs they once had. (Elaine Thompson/AP)

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