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Business News Daily
By Chad Brooks, Business News Senior Writer
January 5, 2017 8:13 a.m. EST
When it comes to career-related resolutions for the new year, many employees have finding a new job and saving more money at the top of their lists, new research finds. Overall, more than 20 percent of workers are planning to change jobs in 2017, with younger employees (age 18 to 34) the most likely to search for a new position, according to a CareerBuilder study.
“Whether it’s unemployed people trying to find their way back to the workforce or those who are currently employed attempting an upgrade to greener pastures, a new year makes many people set their sights on job hunting,” Rosemary Haefner, chief human resources officer for CareerBuilder, said in a statement.
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