The Most Quit Jobs of 2023

A 2023 End-of-Year Report from Payscale has identified the top 15 jobs workers are preparing to quit.

Senior product managers top the list this year, as well as several other technology occupations, including cyber security analysts, IT program managers, software development engineers, and senior data analysts. Healthcare workers also dominated the list of jobs people are thinking about quitting the most. Phlebotomists, patient care technicians, ER and critical care nurses, patient service representatives, and patient care coordinators all make the top 15 jobs people are most looking to quit in 2023.

“Employers need to pay attention to fast moving jobs so they can make recommendations for pay increases based on market adjustments,” added Clarke. “Although you may be aware of high turnover, if you aren’t doing a market analysis, you may not realize that compensation is a contributing factor. Remember, employees have insight into salary data too, and pay transparency is only going to increase that. Workers are unwilling to make concessions on fair pay and wellbeing, and I think we’ll see workers push even further for work-life fit in 2024.”

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