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This country has the highest number of people planning to quit their jobs

Lack of career development is just one of many reasons why some workers are considering leaving their job. Image: Unsplash/Jeriden Villegas

Stefan Ellerbeck

Senior Writer, Formative Content


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Almost 3% of job positions in the EU remained unfilled in the first quarter of 2022. Image: Statista

Two-thirds of respondents in India are planning to quit their jobs in 2022. Image: McKinsey
Lack of career development is one of the main reasons people are quitting their jobs.


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