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This is What 52,000 People Think About the Future of Work

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World Economic Forum
June 13, 2022
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The Great Resignation is set to continue, according to the result of a new survey by consultancy firm PwC. The survey of 52,195 workers in 44 countries and territories suggests that one of the biggest post-pandemic trends for the future of work is set to continue, with 1-in-5 workers saying they're likely to switch to a new employer in the next 12 months. The survey also found that 35% of employees plan to ask for a raise in the next year.

A new PwC survey spoke to nearly 52,000 people across 44 countries and territories about the future of work. The results suggest that the Great Resignation is set to continue. Pay is the key driver for people seeking a new employer, the survey found. It also found a majority in favour of a mix of in-person and remote work.

The Great Resignation is set to continue, according to the result of a new survey by consultancy firm PwC. The survey of 52,195 workers in 44 countries and territories suggests that one of the biggest post-pandemic trends for the future of work is set to continue, with 1-in-5 workers saying they're likely to switch to a new employer in the next 12 months. The survey also found that 35% of employees plan to ask for a raise in the next year.

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