The U.S. Department of Labor recently reported that 53% of adults held the same job for at least five years in 2012–that’s up from 46% in 1996. But that doesn’t mean those workplace loyalists aren’t daydreaming about finding a new job.
In fact, 69% of workers in a recent JobVite survey said they were seeking a new job or were open to one. With hiring in the U.S. still on the slow side, it’s more likely those loyal employees are stuck–not that they’re bouncing out of bed each morning to get to a job they absolutely love. (Click Here)