30 May '11, 10pm

61% looking to job-hop in next 3 months: survey

Up to 61 per cent of professionals in Singapore are hoping to move jobs in the next three months according to a poll. -- ST PHOTO: LIM WUI LIANG UP TO 61 per cent of professionals in Singapore are hoping to move jobs in the next three months according to a poll. This finding was released by international recruitment consultancy Robert Walters where more than 2,835 workers took part in the global survey. The results also show that within the Asia Pacific region, professionals in Singapore were most keen to move in the next three months (61 per cent of respondents), followed by Hong Kong (57 per cent), Malaysia (56 per cent), and Thailand (52 per cent). Participants were asked when they hoped to make their next career move, with answer options ranging from the next three months to three years. Other findings show that amongst respondents from Singapore, 24 per cent are hopin...

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