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Employees are leaving these industries at higher rates. Here’s how to keep them

This post was orginally published on https://www.fastcompany.com/90772393/employees-are-leaving-these-industries-at-higher-rates-heres-how-to-keep-them

The top reason employees had for leaving a job was lack of career development or advancement, according to a new McKinsey study.

Despite talk of an impending recession, companies are still scrambling to retain talent. According to the latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were 11.3 million open jobs on the market in May, up from 9.6 million the year before. This isn’t just a resurgence due to a sluggish job market during the pandemic: The quit rate is 25% higher than it was pre-pandemic, according to the BLS.

McKinsey & Company has released a new report that surveyed over 13,000 employees in six different countries, delving into what employees want from their jobs. Here are the key takeaways:

  • Employers should amp up their efforts to retain and attract talent. The study found that 40% of employees are planning to leave their job in the next three to six months. Moreover, of employees who had left, only 35% found a job in the same industry, making the scramble for talent all the greater.
  • Industries with the highest percentage of workers either not returning to the same industry or leaving the workforce altogether include consumer/retail (76%), the public and nonprofit sectors (72%), finance and insurance (65%), and industrials (64%).
  • The top three reasons employees quit their job were lack of career development and advancement (41%), low pay (36%), and uncaring/uninspiring leadership (34%).
  • The top three reasons employees tended to stay at a job were flexibility (40%), meaningful work (38 to 39%), and adequate support for health and well-being (30%).

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Prior to coming to Fluid Education, Ms. Flores was a successful collegiate softball athlete and 2-time All-American.

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Ms. Migliore develops, implements, and monitors day-to-day operational systems and processes.

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Sean-Reed McGee has 25+ years of marketing and leadership expertise in the higher education industry. He has worked in the educational marketing arena with  multi-platform companies that reached 400,000+ prospective college students and their families monthly; providing information from hundreds of higher-ed institutions.

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Chad Williamson is an expert in business development within the education industry. Mr. Williamson has more than 18 years of experience creating strategic alliances between corporations, organizations and higher education institutions resulting in long term success that benefits all parties. As one of the pioneers in educational business development, Mr. Williamson has been responsible for creating and/or enhancing the business pipeline channels of some of the largest education institutions in the nation.

Mr. Williamson is the founder of a small start-up, ESP Inc., that he built and led to over a million dollars in revenue within just a few years. Most recently Mr. Williamson was the Business Development Officer at Arizona State University EdPlus, where he created its business development division and led EdPlus to approximately $10 million per year in revenue in less than 2 years. Mr. Williamson worked closely with the leadership at The Rise Fund over a period of 14 months to help facilitate its partnership with ASU that led to the forming of InStride.

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