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U.S. employers aren't just having a hard time attracting workers, they're increasingly struggling to hold onto them.

MGM Resorts International will hire 500 to 800 people during a week, only to lose 300 to 400 others, its CEO recently said. In restaurants, there's a new buzzword for employees who leave after a few days to go work elsewhere: "ghosting coasting." And at the warehouses of grocery supplier SpartanNash Co., turnover is 70 percent, nearly triple historical rates.

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