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Study: 50% of M’sian Respondents Would Leave Current Job For Work-Life Balance

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After coming out of educational institutions, work consumes most of our lives, and sometimes, it may even encroach into other areas.

In recent years, employees have been fighting for a work-life balance, and a study by Randstad has shown that 50% of their (Malaysian) respondents would consider quitting if it means there will be an improvement in work-life balance.

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35% of them said that they are motivated to leave their jobs if it means that somewhere else is offering a higher salary to cope with the rising cost of living.

Their respondents comprise 11% Gen Z, 31% Millennials, 53% Gen X, and 5% Boomers.

Throughout the generations, the number one reason for quitting is for a better work-life balance.

Diff Generation Quit Job Reason

 

Other than that, the recruitment agency also noted that Malaysian job-switching levels have returned to pre-Covid levels.

“As Malaysians gain more confidence in their ability to seek better employment opportunities and advance their careers, job switching appetite has returned to pre-COVID levels.”

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Of their 2,529 Malaysian respondents, 87% believe that the non-monetary benefits a company offers are important. Some include flexible work arrangements, good relationships with managers and colleagues, and a convenient location.

Here’s what each generation believes to be important:

Diff Generation Look For

 

Well, this is certainly eye-opening. What about you? How are you planning your career growth? Let us know in the comments.

 

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Source: Randstad
Source: Randstad

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