“I’m so sick of this job. I swear, this year I’m outta here!”
It’s a safe bet we’ve all been there at one point or another, as the decision to actively search for a better job at the start of a new year is a fairly common one – especially considering salaries only rose a total of 4% from 2008-2012. But have you ever wondered what kind of workers decide to leave, why they want to jump ship, and how often they’re out there beating the bushes for job leads?
We surveyed more than 1,300 people to find out more about the current mindset and attitude of American workers, and the results are eye-opening. Read on to find out more about America’s job-hunters and the rise of the 24/7 job search.