Is finding a new job your 2016 resolution?

January 3, 2016

A new survey from CareerBuilder finds that one in five employees (21 percent) pledge to leave their current job by the end of 2016. That is a 5 percent jump since last year.

Even starker, 30 percent of younger employees, ages 18 to 34, expect to have a new job by year’s end.

Carl Van Horn, director of the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University, believes this actually reflects some good news nationally.

NJ1015.com, January 3

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