'Economy damaging' | 8 in 10 furloughed staff could quit for LESS SKILLED job

8 in 10 furloughed staff could quit for LESS SKILLED job

Employers and the economy could be left reeling as new data shows that many furloughed staff are considering quitting current roles for jobs that don't utilise their skillsets to the fullest.

Research from NTT DATA UK has revealed that almost eight in ten (79%) people on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) are considering applying for roles below their skill level if they can’t return to their current job.

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