Listen to Kimberly Stiener Murphy from Robert Half talksabout a new worker survey.
According to workers in Sacramento:
- Job Optimism is high:More than half (52%) of local workers plan to look for a new job in the first half of 2022, up from 41%six months ago.
- One-fourth of Sacramento workers would quit their current job without another job lined up (25%).
- Top reasons workers are quitting:salary boost (60%), the ability to work remotely permanently (34%), and better benefits and perks (30%).
- Workers most likely to start job searching:
·Gen Z professionals (52%)
·Employees who have been with their company for 2-4 years (49%)
·Technology workers (47%)
Other noteworthy highlights:
- 87% of Sacramento workers feel confident about their current skill set and 63% seek a promotion as the next step in their career. Yet, 41% feel they don’t have a clear path for advancement at their company.
- Remote work is here to stay:62% of Sacramento workers are interested in fully remote positions at companies based in a different city or state.
I know we’ve all been monitoring the Great Resignation which is looking more like the Great Reshuffle where employees are making big moves and rethinking their careers heading into 2022.