This is how people globally feel about going back to the office

This is how people globally feel about going back to the office

The younger generations would rather quit and look for something else than return to the office full-time. 


It is possible employees will quit if employers want to fill their offices again.

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 A survey found that 64% of workers around the world would consider a new job if they had to return to the office full-time. 

Survey results from the ADP Research Institute indicate that younger workers are more likely to quit than return to the office.

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According to the survey, 71% of 18- to 24-year-olds said that "if my employer insisted on me returning to my workplace full-time, I would consider looking for another job."

During the pandemic, young employees may have joined the workforce, where remote work has become something of the norm. It is possible they have become used to seeing their co-workers through screens and not having to wake up early to sit in traffic and then at an office desk. 

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