New Year, New Job - candidates likely to move due to employer fails

New Year, New Job - candidates likely to move due to employer fails

Recruiters, brace yourselves - candidates are likely to be job hunting, as research reveals that just 34% believe their current employer can push them onto the path of success.

A new UK-wide study from First Direct, exploring the concept of success to different age groups found that of those in employment, 44% are unhappy with their income and the unsatisfactory salaries and benefits provided.

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