A study by the online recruiting website Jobvite revealed that 82% of workers are actively looking for, or are open to new jobs. Now, before you take sides, understand that this doesn’t mean that they are leaving, but rather that they are out there looking somewhere else and would leave if the new job seemed better. Of course, your number one priority should be making sure that you are fulfilled in your job, and that you are living your best life. However, sometimes we can let our negativity get the best of us, and don't realize the repercussions of constantly looking for something better. In the salon business, getting a new job is a little more complicated. Here's why:
Here's what you can do before you jump ship:
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Michelle Campbell is the Content Marketing Specialist for MiladyPro.
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