72% of Employees Want To Change Jobs or Pursue an Entirely New Career – Survey!!!

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72% of Employees Want To Change Jobs or Pursue an Entirely New Career - Survey!!!
72% of Employees Want To Change Jobs or Pursue an Entirely New Career - Survey!!!

72% of Employees Want To Change Jobs or Pursue an Entirely New Career – Survey!!!According to the poll, learners’ top choices for upskilling those who intended to perform better in their existing roles were data science and project management. Up to 72% of people want to shift jobs or pursue a completely different line of work. Check details here.

According to a survey by Simplilearn,

64% predict that economic development will continue and that the pandemic will eventually pass, but 69% intend to spend more time upskilling. The top two abilities that learners opted to upgrade for the 28% of respondents who planned to perform better in their existing employment were data science and project management.

30% of people looking to change careers expressed interest in project management, data science, and digital marketing abilities. 64% of those surveyed feel upbeat about the economy’s expansion and think the pandemic will eventually pass. CXOs and VPs/department heads are most hopeful about recovery from the pandemic, notwithstanding some uncertainty over the trajectory of the COVID-19 epidemic and the continuation of the economic recovery. Large businesses (5,000 to 9,999 employees) are generally positive about the pandemic’s end but less so about the economy’s recovery.

18% of respondents identified a lack of soft skills including verbal and writing communication, managerial skills, and presentation as a barrier to professional progression, compared to 37% who cited a lack of skill certifications or new skills their positions required.

In very large firms (over 10,000 employees), 73% of employees said they planned to spend more time learning, while 75% of employees in very small firms (less than 50 employees) said the same. This conclusion implies, among other things, that small business personnel must stay up with new technologies and value a diverse skill set. Another finding is that big businesses respect ongoing education and encourage their staff to update their abilities.

Compared to 69% of all respondents, 77% of CXOs stated they intended to spend more time learning this year. The majority of contributors—72%—said they would like to spend more time learning in the upcoming year.

The results of the 2022 State of Upskilling Midyear Learner Survey have been released by Simplilearn. The report outlines employee career development patterns over the last 12 months and forecasts for the following year. The purpose of the survey was to learn more about professionals’ career paths throughout the previous year, including challenges they experienced, changes they made to advance their careers, the results of those changes, and new skills they have acquired or intend to acquire. 750 students responded to the questionnaire. Follow our site for daily updates regarding this.

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