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One in five U.K. employees say they’ll likely change jobs this year, indicating that The Great Resignation is far from over.

May 25 2022

One in five U.K. employees say they’ll likely change jobs this year, indicating that The Great Resignation is far from over. YPulse explored The Great Resignation in our What’s Next for Work trend research, which digs into how the pandemic has provoked young workers to re-examine not only their jobs but their entire relationship with work. Our data found that 40% of employed young Europeans planned to leave their current job in the next year, while 20% of Millennials quit their jobs in the past year, with many doing so to search for more meaningful work. Now, a recent study from accounting giant PwC found that almost one in five U.K. workers are likely to change jobs in the next 12 months, with the top reason being an increase in pay (72%), followed by wanting a more fulfilling job (68%) and the desire to “truly be themselves at work” (63%). YPulse’s just-published WE Employment and Career Goals report shows that for young Europeans, money isn’t their top priority when considering their futures. Instead, they’re seeking jobs that they enjoy, and that provides a good work/life balance. What’s more, the majority say they would rather have a job that they’re very passionate about, but doesn’t earn them a lot of money. This is even higher among Gen Z, indicating that the next generation of talent will need more than the promise of many zeros to keep them satisfied at work. (BBC)