It may seem counterintuitive, but even in a downturn as severe as this one, there are some areas of real estate where there are employers who can’t find the right staff.
A recent survey conducted between June 23 and June 29 found that around two-thirds of white-collar American workers are frustrated by the way they have been treated by their employers during the pandemic, and a full third of respondents said they were unhappy in their jobs before the crisis.
TopResume, which polled just over 1,000 career-driven U.S. professionals across industries, said that not quite 70% of professionals across all sectors said they would actually consider leaving their job based on how their employers have responded to the pandemic and that those in operations and management, project management, sales and business development, and construction reported higher-than-average levels of dissatisfaction. Despite tens of millions unemployed, the creators of the survey found that many frustrated employees would be willing to look for a role elsewhere — even amid a recession caused by this pandemic.
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