Workforce and Employment

US workers want more pay and better perks, so more than half are considering switching jobs

Since the pandemic, US employees want more pay and better perks recent surveys show. Image: UNSPLASH/ Annie Spratt

Lila MacLellan

Reporter, Quartz New York

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Infographic showing how many US people are planning to change jobs.
Nearly 22% of people had switched jobs during the pandemic. Image: Quartz at Work

The jobs that men and women value.
Women are almost 10% more likely to value work-life balance than men. Image: Quartz at Work
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