Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Woman more likely think to resign from their jobs than man, study says


IllustrationIllustration - Based on the study of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), the average woman thinks of leaving her position at work and trying something new, 17 times a year. But even though it often crossed on their minds to resign, many women keep on their jobs. AAT noted, the average woman who had thought of resigning instead remained in her current position and career up to five years later.

There are also women who want to change the course of their careers so that they are completely different from what they are doing now. At least the average woman thinks about this 10 times a year. There are 34 percent of women who want to have a new career, while 22 percent aspire to work in other sectors, but still in the same company.

Rachel Kellett, ATT's Head of Product Qualification and Development also gave her opinion. According to her, it is very important to determine whether a career that has been or will be taken as desired, before moving the direction. "Because careers have a very big impact on life, dizziness to make sure we are on the right track. Regardless of people’s opinion, you can make changes in one point of your life" Rachel said, as quoted from

First, make sure you are happy with the career you have, before resigning or moving to another place. If you don't have a problem with the comfort zone in the current job, it doesn't matter if you want to stay.


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