Now that work is getting back to normal, a lot of people are realizing they don’t like what normal was. Several surveys indicate a large share of professionals are looking to move on to a new job post-pandemic.
Arlington, Virginia-based Eagle Hill Consulting released results of a recent survey of about 1,000 professionals, which found 27% plan to leave their current employer as the COVID-19 pandemic subsides. Another 29% expect to leave their current job within the next year, according to the survey.
Workload and juggling personal and professional life were the top reasons cited for leaving jobs.
Post-pandemic job jumping may be even more common in Washington, D.C.