More young workers look to swap jobs
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.