As American workers in big cities seek life elsewhere — namely, mid-markets like Greenville — as part of the “great resignation,” 60 Minutes correspondent Bill Whitaker traveled to the Upstate to report on what what it looks like when people begin to rethink work-life balance in a post-pandemic world.
Whitaker and team have produced a segment airing Jan. 09 called “The Big Quit,” featuring Upstate business leaders Carl Sobocinski (Table 301 Group), James Jordon (Jordon Construction Company) and Kenzie Biggins (Worxbee), all who discuss how pandemic-era work-life shifts are playing out in their respective spheres.
Jordon tells the Greenville Journal the chance to work with 60 Minutes was the opportunity of a lifetime. “They took the time to really get a sense of our team and spent three days filming and dove in deep for us,” he says.
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60 Minutes (CBS)
7:30-8:30 p.m., EST
Sunday, Jan. 09