Employees in Northern Ireland have made the greatest number of job moves – 16% of those questioned have had at least ten jobs.
Millennials are well-known for their desire to learn and progress within a role – something the research confirmed. 52% of 18-34-year olds said they were planning to move jobs within the next two years, and 34% planned to do so in the next 12 months.
According to the survey, millennials are not just looking for new jobs – they want multi-disciplined, diverse careers that allow them to work in different sectors.
Salary has often been a key factor in choosing a role, but this might be changing too. While 83% of over-55s said it was one of their top three motivators, among millennials this figure dropped to 67%.
Other differences included flexible working being more important for women than men (46% v 29%), and career progression higher on the agenda for men than women (23% v 15%).
Speaking about the research, Ben Chatfield, CEO and co-founder at Tempo stated: "There are multiple advantages to have a diverse job background.
"People who embrace variety are more adaptable, likely to have a range of soft skills, and a wider pool of professional contacts. Employers must realise the opportunity they present and do more to attract them."
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