Retention | The jobs with the shortest and longest tenure

The jobs with the shortest and longest tenure

Employee retention is a serious consideration for HR, yet new research has found that the average worker stays in a job role for just 28 months before moving on to a new opportunity.

The report, which was created by recruitment site Adzuna, analysed the data from 10,000 CVs to formulate evidence about the habits of British employees. According to the data, it takes around 28 months before an employee feels naturally ready to move on to a new opportunity.

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