Far Fewer U.S. Employees Are Job Hunting

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More than 53% of U.S. employees said they intend to stay at their current job when surveyed by Gartner in 2Q19. That’s up from 43% in 1Q19, and represents the first time that a majority of U.S. employees plan to stay put. U.S. intent to stay is also well above the global average of nearly 40%, according to 2Q19 Gartner Global Talent Monitor (GTM) data.

This behavior shift coincides with declining employee confidence in near-term business conditions and long-term economic prospects — and employees’ weakening perceptions of the availability and quality of other employment opportunities in their location, industry and

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