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A recent survey from Microsoft has revealed that more than 45 percent of workers in Asia want to change their employers

A recent survey from Microsoft has revealed that more than 45 percent of workers in Asia want to change their employers

According to the latest survey conducted by tech giant Microsoft, more than 45 percent of the workers in the Asia region are highly likely to change their employers, whereas the remaining would completely change their field of work. The global average for workers trying to change their employers is 41 percent, while 44 percent of the workers are trying to change their careers. The latest survey shows that the employees are now looking for change mainly due to the fact that they feel very stressed and exhausted in their current job, even though there is an increase in productivity.

For example, in Japan, almost 63 percent of the respondents have stated that their productivity has remained the same even during the pandemic, but 45 percent of the respondents have revealed that they are stressed, whereas 48 percent stated that they are feeling very exhausted. At the global level, 40 percent of the workers have stated that their productivity level hasn’t differed from last year, while 42 percent feel stressed and 39 percent feel exhausted. The reports mentioned above were from the recently conducted study by Microsoft called “The next great disruption is hybrid work – are we ready.” The results are from 30,000 respondents across 30 different countries.


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