It does seem to be the way, that it is easier to find a new job when you’re still working. There’s some research to support that feeling, with a study showing that job hunters who are employed tend to receive half of the offers on the table, versus those unemployed who get just 16 per cent.
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The past year has given us a lot to think about, leading to many people deciding to switch jobs. Though new opportunities aren’t as plentiful as they were at this time last year, they are certainly out there, especially for those with in-demand skills, such as tech workers. However, as competition for talent remains fierce, the likelihood that your organisation may present you with a counteroffer will increase. And, considering the current uncertainty and volatility of the economy, many will be tempted to accept that offer.
Following a truly unprecedented few months, life appears to be getting back to some semblance of normality. Shops and restaurants are reopening, offices are refilling, and business is picking up.
Though we are now hopefully over the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, leading experts warn that we are likely to face similar threats in the future. Throughout 2020, while health workers, cleaners and supermarket staff – among others – have been on the frontline, technology has been working in the background to support these efforts and help control the impact of the coronavirus.
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