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Inside the Hearts (and Minds) of Professionals Everywhere: Top Career Motivators

in Inside the hearts (and minds) of professionals everywhere: TOP CAREER MOTIVATORS Challenge Great fit AROUND THE WORLD PROFESSIONALS ARE GENERALLY HAPPY WITH THEIR JOBS 27% 45% 14% 10% 4% Very satisfied Neither satisfied Somewhat Very dissatisfied Somewhat satisfied nor dissatisfied dissatisfied BUT DON'T BE FOOLED BY THEIR SATISFACTION. MOST WILL STILL CONSIDER A CAREER CHANGE. hmmm Passive Candidates – Active Candidates 45% 25% say they are not looking for a job, but open to talking to recruiters about career opportunities are actively looking for opportunities ° 15% 15% are not looking, but are chatting with their close personal network about opportunities are completely satisfied with their current role and don't want to move MOST AND LEAST IMPORTANT FACTORS THAT WILL GET PROFESSIONALS TO ACCEPT A NEW JOB ARE ТОР З МОТIVATORS VS BOTTOM 3 MOTIVATORS Better compensation & benefits Job title DIRECTOR Good work/life balance 2 Office location 2 Opportunities for advancement 3 Relationship with managers ... THERE ARE SOME INTERESTING DIFFERENCES BASED ON GENDER AND AGE VS SEASONED PROFESSIONALS MILLENNIALS Millennials find Professionals compensation to be MOST IMPORTANT. OVER 40 are a dramatically less concerned with money and more interested in a GOOD LIFESTYLE. They are NOT VERY INTERESTED in work/life balance. Interest in opportunities for advancement Male millennials are a lot LESS CONCERNED about having a poor relationship with their managers than are MILLENNIAL WOMEN. and job titles DECLINES WITH AGE. SOME JOB BENEFITS ARE MORE IMPORTANT IN CERTAIN COUNTRIES Opportunities for advancement Better compensation Challenging work Better skill fit Work/life balance Learning opportunities Sweden Finland Denmark Germany Italy Canada United Kingdom Russia Netherlands United States Spain China Japan India Malaysia Indonesia Brazil South Africa Australia WHAT THIS ALL MEANS FOR HR AND TALENT PROFESSIONALS Don't be put off by passive candidates. "Not actively looking" doesn't mean "not interested in a better career." If you don't reach out, you'll never know. WE ARE HIRING Don't get complacent about your own employees. In today's dynamic global workforce, satisfaction doesn't mean desire for stagnation. What are you doing to encourage your own people to learn, grow and stay committed? Uncover what motivates your candidate. Our generalizations provide some guidance, but every professional is different. Listen and watch for cues on their profile and in conversations. If you do, maybe the job you offer will be the one they end up loving. my job! This information is part of the Talent Trends 2014 Report. To get the report, register here:http://lnkd.in/TTemail Linked in . Talent Solutions talent.linkedin.com SOURCE: December 2013 Linkedln Survey of over 18,000 employed professionals in 26 countries

Inside the Hearts (and Minds) of Professionals Everywhere: Top Career Motivators

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