Most Canadians who switch careers are happier for it, survey finds

Source: cbc.ca

Better pay is a major motivator, but so is opportunity for growth

Nearly nine out of 10 Canadians who have made a career change say they’re happier since switching paths, a new survey has found.

Conducted on behalf of job site Indeed Canada, the research polled 1,023 randomly selected full-time workers from a variety of industries and education levels and found that 38 per cent had made a complete career change at some point.

Another 35 per cent said they were either currently considering switching careers or have contemplated doing so.

Of those respondents who have made a career pivot, 87 per cent said they are happier since making the change.

 

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