"67% of workers earning over $100,000 see themselves quitting in the next six months—here's why"
Posted By Cynthia David/ Wednesday, October 24, 2018

"67% of workers earning over $100,000 see themselves quitting in the next six months—here's why"

The Goldrush is on and Retention is critical!

CNBC

October 19, 2018

QUOTE: "In fact, according to a new report from Ladders, most workers making more than $100,000 are planning to quit their jobs within a year.

Ladders surveyed more than 50,000 workers earning over six-figures and found that 67 percent see themselves at the different company in just six months. About 40 percent would move out-of-state for just $10,000 more in pay.

"The gold rush of 2019 is on," Ladders CEO Marc Cenedella tells CNBC Make It. "With an incredibly strong employment market, more professionals than ever are on the lookout for a better future.”

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