Most of the surveyed Gen X employees have seniority and experience, over half of them have been at their current company for five years or more and eight out of ten are at the level of manager or upward. They are seeking a job change this year for better remuneration and working conditions. The top reasons for changing jobs are to seek higher salaries (33 percent), better benefits (29 percent) and workplaces with better cultural and corporate values (25 percent), the recruitment service firm’s survey released on Wednesday said. It also found that the tendency to look for a new job rose with seniority, with 81 percent who have been working for three years or more saying they would find a new job in the second half, compared to only 67 percent among those who have been working for less than a year. The rate is for Gen Y (1981-1995) and for Gen Z (1996 and later) is 74 percent and 71 percent respectively. The recruitment firm’s survey polled 4,000 employees and 400 employers online in Vietnam in July. In another survey of employers released the same day VietnamWorks found that 79 percent reported a staff shortage in the first half of this year. Bigger… Read full this story
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