According to the report, 48% of workers have plans to change jobs after the Spring Festival. Among them, 58% of workers in the same industry will change jobs, while 31% will consider changing industries.
This shows that some workers hope to improve themselves by changing jobs, but most of them are more conservative and look for new jobs in the same industry where they have knowledge and contacts. Some workers are willing to jump out of the comfort zone and seek job opportunities in other fields.
In terms of the main reasons for changing jobs, 37% of the workers changed their work status in order to challenge themselves and find more opportunities, while 35% of the workers changed their work status in order to get more promotion opportunities.
However, 52% of the workers do not plan to change their jobs after the Spring Festival. Most of them are satisfied with their jobs and think that they can settle down and take care of their life better.
After the Spring Festival, the top three occupations chosen by workers are computer Internet communication industry, financial industry, personnel administration and logistics, and art design creativity. Among them, it industry still ranks first in the employment choice of workers, and the number of talents engaged in this occupation after the Spring Festival has increased by 3.
The report also shows that on the eve of the Spring Festival, the average monthly salary of employees is 10874 yuan. In 2021, the average monthly salary of employees is expected to increase to 15569 yuan, 1.4 times of that before the festival.
Among them, the expected salary of junior staff is 1.7 times of the current salary, and that of senior staff and middle managers is 1.5 times of the current salary. Due to the low salary of junior staff, there is more room for salary increase.
In terms of age, the post-90s and post-80s are full of passion for new year’s work, while the post-95s are relatively “as long as they earn more”.
62% of the workers are eager for family happiness and emotional stability. The post-80s, who have already established their families, have higher expectations for family life, while the post-95s and post-90s pursue freedom and freedom.