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According to a recent study conducted by Robert Half, staff turnover will continue to trouble employers. This data was collected by the organization’s biannual Job Optimism Survey of more than 500 workers in Canada. The key findings from the survey include:
- 31 percent of respondents said they are currently looking or plan to look for a new role in the second half of 2022, up from six months ago.
- Those most likely to pursue new opportunities are 18- to 40-year-olds (46 percent) and employees who have been with their company for 5-9 years (42 percent).
- Overall, 80 percent of workers feel confident about their current skill set and marketability. View an infographic of the research highlights.
- The majority of respondents are highly focused on competitive pay.
- More than half of workers considering a change plan to pursue hybrid (56 percent) or fully remote (51 percent) positions.
- And 42 percent are open to searching outside their city.
The main reasons professionals are looking for a new job are:
- A salary boost (58 percent)
- Greater opportunities for advancement (37 percent)
- The ability to work remotely permanently (33 percent)
To learn more about the survey findings, click here.
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