Beyoncé Song Appears To Spark Soul Searching For Stressed Out Workers
Her new single, "You Won't Break My Soul," apparently caused a 350% spike on Google search for the term "how to resign."
Beyoncé’s new song, You Won’t Break My Soul, dropped at midnight on Tuesday and chronicles the journey of a woman who fell in love and quit a demanding, stressful job.
The song, which is trending #1 on the internet for music, seems to have struck a chord with American workers who are struggling with shrinking paychecks due to inflation, 24-hour on-demand jobs, and pandemic-related burnout. The song is from her upcoming album, “Renaissance,” and had garnered more than 5.3 million views by Wednesday.
NOW I JUST FELL IN LOVE AND I JUST QUIT MY JOB I’M GONNA FIND NEW DRIVE DAMN THEY WORK ME SO DAMN HARD WORK BY NINE THEN OFF PAST FIVE AND THEY WORK MY NERVES THAT’S WHY I CANNOT SLEEP AT NIGHT...
Creative Manager, Inc., an Arizona company that developed Workamajig, a project management software tool, analyzed search trends in the past 24 hours, in the U.S. and worldwide and found:
A 100% jump in searches for “how do I quit my job.”
A 1,550% increase for “great resignation” the U.S.
Searches for “CV template” increased by 43%.
“How to resign from your job” searches grew by 150%.
I’M TAKING MY NEW SALVATION AND IMMA BUILD MY OWN FOUNDATION, YEAH GOT MOTIVATION I DONE FOUND ME A NEW FOUNDATION, YEAH I’M TAKING MY NEW SALVATION AND IMMA BUILD MY OWN FOUNDATION...
In quitting her job, the heroine released the stress in her life, and released the love for her new partner. And she is now sleeping well.
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter is the eight-most awarded artist at the Billboard Music Awards and has won 28 Grammy Awards. The song debuted on Tidal, a streaming service owned by her husband, Jay-Z.
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