A new survey finds working women are ready for a change.
President of Strayer University Andrea Backman says if women are looking for a career change or advancement, they should look to education and flexible programs that are skill oriented.
As the pandemic winds down, a new survey of more than 2,000 women finds 54% of working women are spending up to five hours a day searching online for a new job. According to a survey done by Harvard Business Review, 1 in 2 respondents with children at home indicated returning to the workplace will have a negative impact on their mental health.
According to CNBC, while employee engagement dipped in the rest of the world, it rose to 34% in the U.S. The correlation of higher productivity output with higher stress levels adds greater risk of burnout and mental health challenges.