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A new survey has found that more than half of India’s workforce is unenthusiastic or bored with their current jobs and upskilling or reskilling for new opportunities.
Do you often check social media or other job listings while you’re still at work because you are bored with what you’ve been doing all week? A new survey has found that more than half (57 percent) of India’s workforce is unenthusiastic or bored with their current jobs, and over 50 percent are upskilling or reskilling for new opportunities.
Happiness (28 percent) and flexibility (19 percent) are among the top priorities of jobseekers, implying they’re looking for a good work-life balance, according to staffing firm Indeed’s report.
Meanwhile, a whopping 65 percent of employees surveyed believe the ongoing layoffs may hinder their willingness to go the extra mile in their jobs. Given the market uncertainties and economic climate, jobseekers are hesitant in their current work, demotivated by job cuts and are not willing to fully commit to their job.