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Indian professionals are shifting jobs for better pay, says study

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About 91% Indian professionals are constantly on the look out for better job opportunities and the most attractive factor for Indian professionals is higher compensation, says study. According to a survey conducted by Linkedin on professionals across the world, it included 539 respondents from India in April 2017. According to the report, 90 per cent of Indian professionals since last year have been interested in hearing about new jobs.

“Personalised service in the way they are treated, insight into the company’s purpose and better value in the form of salary and career growth are important considerations when making a job switch. Employers need to ensure that they are authentic in building their employer brand and are amplifying their story on their social and digital channels,” said LinkedIn India and South Asia director Irfan Abdulla, reported Indian Express.

In the research, it was found that 46% of the candidates felt complimented when they heard from recruiters and about 45% listed better pay as the reason for changing jobs. Across the globe, the biggest reason for switching jobs was found to be higher compensation (45%), better skills and interest fit (37%), more growth opportunities (37%), more challenging work (36%), more ability for impact (36%) and better company culture (25%). In India, the biggest attractions in switching jobs is better skills and interest fit (55 per cent) and perks and benefits of the role (45%).


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