Why have almost 100% of Brits changed their job recently?

Why have almost 100% of Brits changed their job recently?

New research conducted by job site Indeed has revealed that 98.1% of Brits are no longer in the same job that they were in five years ago.

Changing attitudes – that continue to shy away from the traditional ‘job for life’ - are partially responsible for this job-switching nature.

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Comments (1)

  • Bob
    Tue, 6 Nov 2018 2:15pm GMT
    Going by the typical job listings that come up when I search indeed this is no surprise at my guess it would be something like; year one respondent classed as ERP consultant, the next who knows ENT consultant - hey bingo a job change - blindfold and dartboard normally come to mind in this case. Indeed is big enough put some decent money in AI /NLP like everyone else is.

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