How to Prepare for Hiring in 2023
Do people think now is a good time to look for a new job? The surprising answer is: “Yes!” Despite the overall U.S. economic picture being far from perfect. In recent weeks there has been an increase in job seekers’ optimism, and overall hiring trends, too.
As people navigate their resolutions for 2023, there’s one goal at the top of many lists: quitting an unfulfilling job.
According to a new report from human resource consulting firm Robert Half, which surveyed 2,500 professionals between October and November 2022. Nearly half (46%) of U.S. workers plan to look for a new job in the next six months. Citing low pay as their No. 1 reason for eyeing greener pastures.
But which jobs will see the highest quit rates this year?
People in customer service, human resources and technology roles are most likely to resign soon, according to a new report from Payscale.
Mandated returns to the office could be driving resignations among workers in these roles. Many of which have been remote since early 2020, Lexi Clarke, vice president of people at Payscale, says.
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