Despite high job satisfaction, a wide majority (74%) of employed full time/part time and not-self-employed workers would consider a new job opportunity, according to a recent survey.
The survey indicates that most workers are satisfied or very satisfied with their current employment, and only about a quarter have an updated profile or resume
on a job board or networking site like LinkedIn or Monster. But despite these promising signs, there is a large “silent majority” of passive job seekers. In nearly
equal proportions, workers surveyed say they would consider a new job or career opportunity if approached, even if they’re not actively looking (74%), a percentage that is even higher among college graduates (77%) and those with a household income of more than $75,000 a year (76%).
—More info: www.plateau.com/resources/job-seekers