HR Dive highlighted results from the ADP Workforce Vitality Report, which found that job switchers experienced less wage growth in Q4 2017 than those who stayed onboard.
Some of the key findings in this article:
- The ADP Workforce Vitality Report shows that job switchers experienced less wage growth in Q4 2017 (3.3%) than those who stayed onboard (4.3%).
- Job holders earned $10/hr more than job switchers during the quarter.
- However, ADP analysis of the same group of workers over the past year found that wages for full-time workers who switched jobs grew by 4.9% on average year-over-year, while wage growth for job holders was 4.3% over that same period.
Read the article here to get the full story on wage trends.