Mobility in US – 61% of $100K+ earners would not move out of state for extra $10K in salary

61% of $100K+ earners would not move out of state for extra $10K in salary–a stat that underlines what recruiters are up against in this hiring market.

Drawing from more than 6 million survey responses from our members, Ladders’ second “Beyond the Resume” report examines how top talent feels about commute times and relocation, including the places that candidates are most and least likely to want to leave.

Check out the full report for additional insights, including recommendations for how to approach candidates about making a switch that might involve a longer commute, or the need to move across the country.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Landing Page


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