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Exploring the New Job Relationship Dynamic

ARE YOU MONOGAMOUS? Exploring the New Job Relationship Dynamic 61% of employed workers are open to or are looking for a new job. Today's workers are more entrepreneurs than employees, embracing change in the pursuit of career growth. Therefore, retaining these employees is a difficult task. Is job loyalty dead? Here, we take a look at what it takes to make monogamy between employer and employee lasting and enjoyable. THE CURRENT SHAPE OF THINGS Long-term career planning does not seem to be the major goal of today's employees and their employers-a shift likely propelled by today's economy. 4.4: Median Number of Years a U.S. Worker Has Been at Their Job. YEAR YEAR YEAR YE YEAR Average Number of Jobs in a Lifetime: 9.8 JOBS 11.4 10.7 Today's AVERAGE COLLEGE GRADUATE will hold 9.8 JOBS, working until age 65. In California, that same graduate will hold 14.3 jobs. Age at Which Earnings Peak: 45 OYear) 50 100 38 /orYear) 50 100 THE SOCIAL START 22 million The majority of today's relationships-even career-oriented ones-begin through social networks. Employers should strategically maintain all social avenues to attract an ideal worker who is eager to start the journey with a new company. Americans used social networks to find their most recent job. in THE JOB REFERRAL LINK Percentage of super social* users finding a jobs through their networks: 43% 32% 25% in found a job via LinkedIn. found a job with Twitter. found a job through Facebook. *Super socials are job seekers with over 150 contacts on any social network. CHAMPIONING A CAREER Today's employer should encourage workers, anticipate growth, and nurture their employees. Although retaining everyone forever is not possible, building lasting relationships is. In 2005, Dr. Vic, an early Zappos investor and professional life coach, moved into the Zappos headquarters to offer on-site coaching to employees looking for empowerment and direction. Zappos Bring in Lunchtime Speakers Offer on-site coaching and careƫr development classes Host Seminars THE FUTURE WORKFORCE 7 out of 10 9th graders today will get their high school diploma. It's vital for employers to keep their fingers on the pulse of the next generation, as it will quickly become the next workforce. THE ROI OF HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION 23% A high school degree increases your lifetime earnings by 50%-100%. Increasing high school graduation rate by 23 percent would be worth $1 TRILLION in benefits to taxpayers after 11 years. 50% 100% EMPLOYMENT GROWTH IN JOBS THAT REQUIRE HIGHER EDUCATION: 22% 20% 18% 18% By 2015, 60% of new jobs will require skills held by just Doctoral or Professional Degree Bachelor's Degree Master's Associate's Degree Degree 17% 17% 14% 12% 20% of the population. CUM LAUDE Postsecondary Award Less than High School Some High School College VS Half of all new college grads believe that self-employment is more secure than a full-time job. Employing these college grads will be a challenge for companies, unless they adapt and learn how to entice the new workforce into serial monogamy. Jobvite SOURCES: JOBVITE.COM, BLS.GOV

Exploring the New Job Relationship Dynamic

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Today's workers are more entrepreneurs than employees, embracing change in the pursuit of career growth. Job tenure now averages just 4.4 years nationally, and 3 years in California. Here's a look at ...




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