Why top young managers are in a nonstop job hunt

Abstract : The article looks at the job-search and career-development activities of highly skilled young management professionals. Based on interviews and survey data, it says that they are routinely engaged in job-search activities including researching job opportunities, and typically stay at their first professional job for less than three years. Topics include wages and training opportunities.
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Harvard business review, Harvard Business Review, 2012, Vol. 90 (n° 7/8), p. 28
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Monika Hamori, Jie Cao, Burak Koyuncu. Why top young managers are in a nonstop job hunt. Harvard business review, Harvard Business Review, 2012, Vol. 90 (n° 7/8), p. 28. 〈hal-00779318〉

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