One third of Brits would stay in a company for more than FIVE YEARS without a promotion

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New research from the UK’s leading independent job board, CV-Library , has found that UK workers are not as ambitious in their careers as originally predicted, with 31.4% willing to stay at a company for five years or more, without a promotion.

Posted inNews archiveon13 Sep 2017 Company ProfileCV-Library.co.ukView profile »

The study, which asked 1,200 UK workers about their attitudes towards promotions and job titles, found that 85.1% of Brits stated they expect to get promoted at random points during their employment, depending on their performance. Other key findings include:

Just under a third (32.4%) have moved companies in order

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