Career crisis: Staff most likely to quit at this age

Career crisis: Staff most likely to quit at this age

‘Thirty, flirty & thriving’ - the mantra that Jennifer Garner’s character wished, to be at the pinnacle of her career in 13 going on 30, may be as fictitious as the wishing dust that propelled her into the future. Research has found that the career crisis actually peaks in those in the run up to turning 30, with the age marking a time when most people want to switch careers.

The study, conducted by appliance manufacturer, Vorwerk, found that just 13% of UK adults enjoy their work, and nearly one in ten (nine per cent) go as far as to say that they hate their jobs.

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