Our surveys of executives and recruiters show a high degree of optimism for the executive job market:
- Only one out of three executives expect to stay at their organization for another year, compared to almost two out of four two years ago. The other two out of three executives are either thinking about leaving or already preparing to depart.
- Likewise, search firm recruiters expect to see a 17 percent increase in search assignments and 71 percent think turnover/retention will become a bigger problem for companies.
- Executives expect they’ll stay at their next job four to five years. This is less than the six to seven year tenure they expected in the past.
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