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Graduates expect to move early and often


LOS ANGELES, Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ via NewsEdge Corporation

The workforce is changing. New employees no longer believe that they will stay with an employer for more than three years. Instead they will build up their resumes with multiple employers and a variety of positions.

JOBTRAK.COM, the leading US online job listing service for students and alumni, released today the results of their First Job Poll. It found that 78% of students and alumni only plan to stay with their first employers for no longer than three years.

More than 2,500 college students and recent graduates responded to the question, "How many years do you think you will stay with your first employer?" Following are the findings:
One year 27%
Two years 31%
Three years 20%
Four years 5%
Five or more years 17%


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