Many currently employed individuals continue to search for new jobs on an active basis. While some of these individuals may subscribe to job lists, others may attend job fairs or engage in a variety of job-seeking practices. While each individual tends to have their own reasons for actively continuing to look for new jobs, this may be due to a lack of job satisfaction, a desire for higher wages and more benefits, or opportunities for advancement.
Recent Gallup Poll Data on Job Searching Activities
Gallup’s 2017 State of the American Workplace report indicated that 51% of the participants were “actively looking for a new job or watching for openings.” Furthermore, over the past three years prior to the survey being conducted, 35% of the participants had changed jobs. It is quite likely that many employees continue to seek or begin new positions.
Job Growth Projections
Employment opportunities for environmental scientists and specialists are expected to incr