Almost 1,000 workers were asked to rate reasons that would affect their decision to quit based on a scale of importance
CareerAddict conducted a study, revealing that a lack of progression would influence people’s decision to leave their jobs.
A lack of career further opportunities, followed by low pay and the absence of a salary raise, named as three main factors to the decision to leave. At the same time, 35% of people surveyed revealed they would consider returning back if they were offered a better salary or a higher position.
The study revealed that 53% of people surveyed said they felt discriminated against by their superior, 61% of which were women. Along with that, 1 in 4 people said they felt discriminated due to their gender, 76% of whom were women.