People Are Job-hunting Now More Than Ever

Survey Finds More Employees Unhappy & Looking for New Jobs Constantly

Is Money Really the Answer?

Although the people we surveyed placed an emphasis on money, those complaints might be a tad disingenuous.

Despite the grousing about low pay, 55% of overall respondents said they actually received a raise in 2012. Even among the people who said they’ll be looking for jobs in 2013, more than half – 51% of those surveyed – said they got a bump in pay.

And it turns out workers don’t even necessarily have to be dissatisfied with their jobs to start job hunting, as 17% of those who claimed to be searching for a new job said they are happy in their current positions.