The COVID-19 vaccine has been met with mixed emotions. Some are for, others against.\u00a0 Some have doubts, others want it immediately. Some of the public outcry over the vaccine has come from employees who either have to get the shots to keep their jobs or face the consequences of their decision not to get it. Many companies have required their workers to be vaccinated or provide a negative test, or be vaccinated all together with negative tests not being accepted. One might think that the "get the vaccine or lose your job" threat would be met with several challenges, however, a newly released survey by Kaiser Family Foundation shows that only 5% of unvaccinated workers quit over the vaccination requirements put in place across the land. That's only 1% of all adults. Vaccine mandates are becoming more and more common, in fact the survey shows they're on the rise, and with that statistics from the survey show that one in four workers, that's 25%, have reported that their employers have required the vaccine \u2014 a total of 16 percentage points higher since this past summer in June. Half of workers are still holding out hope that their employers don't put a vaccine requirement in place. It's important to note that 37% of unvaccinated workers, more than one-third and 5% overall, have said they would leave their job if their employer gives the option of vaccination or a weekly test.\u00a0 Children as young as 5 are making their way to eligibility and the survey shows a large number of parents are waiting with anticipation to get their kids vaccinated. The survey results show that 27% of parents who have children in the age range of 5 to 11, that's three in every 10 parents, are eager to get the vaccine in them as soon as it's authorized. However, one-third did say they'll wait to see how the vaccine works out with the younger age group. Parents that said no to their 5- to 11-year-old children getting vaccinate totaled 30%. A sum of 31% of parents said they will not get the vaccine for their older children, age range of 12 to 17; that's also three in every 10 parents.