One in three S.F. workers have quit a job due to a grueling commute

Thirty-three percent of San Francisco office workers have quit a job during their lifetime because of long commutes across the Bay Area, a new study shows.

The study, by global staffing firm Robert Half, found that San Francisco has the fourth-largest percentage of workers who have quit due to a bad commute, behind Chicago at 42 percent and Miami and New York at 38 percent each. Los Angeles clocked in at 28 percent.

The study surveyed 2,815 workers across 28 United States cities, with a sample…