A recent survey released by Mercer LLC states that approximately one-third of U.S. workers currently are considering leaving their jobs. The company surveyed 2,400 people and reported that 32 percent of them are "seriously considering" leaving, while another 21 percent said they don't want to leave but they do view their employers negatively and do not feel engaged at work.
The dissatisfaction is higher among workers in the 25 to 34 age bracket, where 40 percent are considering a job change, which makes sense. So many young workers are struggling to find jobs, meaning they are taking whatever they can get, even if it's not their "dream" job. However, there comes a point when everyone must decide if they want to continue doing what they have to do or take a journey to pursue what they want to do.