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Frontline workers stay in jobs for skills development

The learning and engagement company’s 2023 Workplace Culture report found that 64% of respondents would extend their employment by six years with enhanced career support and training. Forty-four percent would stay an extra decade.

According to consulting giant McKinsey, 50% of frontline workers in the US have considered leaving their industry, while a separate report from Workday found that 20% plan to leave in the next three to six months.

The majority (87%) of frontline workers feel confident about their ability to acquire new skills at work, but 32% feel their employers do not invest adequately in their growth.

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