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Nearly half of young workers are thinking about switching jobs in 2022.

Jan 05 2022

Nearly half of young workers are thinking about switching jobs in 2022. YPulse’s What’s Next for Work trend research shows 67% of young people in the U.S. have not found a career they love. Some are looking for their next work opportunity in 2022, and Fidelity’s annual Financial Resolutions Study found that 47% of employed 18-24-year-olds say they are looking to change jobs in the year ahead (compared to 39% of employed respondents across all age categories). While money is certainly a factor, young workers’ reasons for seeking a new job are more values based, according to Fidelity. Workers cited “finding a job that better aligns with my personal values,” stress levels, remote work flexibility (and flexibility in general), as factors influencing them to look for another job. New data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics also reveals 4.5 million workers quit their jobs in November, signaling The Great Resignation is still going strong. (NY PostFast Company)