One in three ‘too lazy’ to search for dream job

Research from online HR consultancy Reabur.com has shown that 34% of staff are ‘too lazy’ to search for their dream job.

Research from online HR consultancy Reabur.com has shown that 34% of staff are ‘too lazy’ to search for their dream job.

The survey found that 38% of workers are unhappy with their current job, with nearly a fifth of these ‘hating’ it and only one in 10 workers are currently in their ‘dream job’.

Of the majority of respondents who were in a job other than their dream job, 34% said they were ‘too lazy’ to search for the position, while 54% said they were too comfortable in their current role to search for it.

Georgina Read, co-managing director of Reabur.com, says: “Finding a new job can be time consuming and a little daunting, but if the result leads to a happier career and employee, then I would strongly recommend exploring the alternative options and getting advice from a professional in career development.”

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