More young work­ers look to swap jobs

China Daily (Canada) - - NEWS CAPSULE -

Only 10.5 per­cent of whitecol­lar work­ers en­ter­tain no thoughts of job-hop­ping, a de­cline from 44.5 per­cent in au­tumn last year, ac­cord­ing to a re­cent re­port.

Zhaopin, a Chi­nese hu­man re­sources web­site, re­leased its job-hop­ping re­port for whitecol­lar work­ers for the first half of 2015.

The re­port said the trend seen late last year has be­come more prom­i­nent in the first half of 2015, and more white- col­lar work­ers have been turn­ing their thoughts into ac­tion.

More than 40 per­cent of in­ter­vie­wees said they are ac­tively look­ing for new jobs, while 35.7 per­cent said they are con­sid­er­ing do­ing so. And 13 per­cent said they had found a new job.

Be­sides in­come and ca­reer de­vel­op­ment, an en­ter­prise’s prospects has also be­come an im­por­tant fac­tor driv­ing white-col­lar job-hop­ping.

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