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World – 75% would change jobs if for more money elsewhere

  • 75% globally agree to the statement: “I would change jobs if I can make more money elsewhere” finds Randstad Workmonitor survey
  • 61% also say that their job is merely a means to make a living and nothing more, according to the latest findings of

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Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Randstad Workmonitor “Higher salary one of the key drivers for job movers” (Jun 2014)

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4 thoughts on “World – 75% would change jobs if for more money elsewhere

  1. What a sad life for those 61% who only work for the money….there must be more enjoyment in their job than the pay cheque. Or (just saying this…..) maybe their expectations of what a job should be is unrealistic….(Okay…shoot me down …..)

    Posted by aiyshah2014 | June 27, 2014, 11:48 pm


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