As reported by Bloomberg recently, "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...For supply-chain managers, the average separation rate [the number of people who left their jobs each month compared with the average for 2016] increased by 28% from 2020 to 2021...That’s the highest since LinkedIn started tracking the data five years earlier." What do you believe is the bigger driving force behind this trend, burnout or better opportunities elsewhere? What factors do you believe contribute . . .