30 May '11, 11pm

More professionals here likely to job-hop in next three months: SINGAPORE - More professionals in Singapore will...

SINGAPORE - More professionals in Singapore will be likely to job-hop in the next three months compared to their counterparts in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a survey by recruitment consultancy Robert Walters. The survey - which polled more than 2,800 workers - showed that 61 per cent of Singaporeans are looking to change jobs in the period ahead, compared to 57 per cent of professionals in Hong Kong, 56 per cent in Malaysia and 52 per cent in Thailand. The figures indicate that professionals are optimistic about the job market, said Ms Andrea Ross, managing director at Robert Walters Singapore & Malaysia. However, the challenge will be ensuring that appropriate roles are available, she added. And with so many professional looking to move, employers will likely face an increase in staff turnover and greater pressure to retain their top talent. The poll also reveal...

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