The removals specialists at Interdean have offered their comments following a survey detailing how many employees in the UK would move abroad.
(PRWEB UK) 22 December 2013
It has been reported by HR Director that new research has revealed that two fifths of people in the UK would be prepared to halt the progression of their career in order to secure employment abroad. The survey, which took responses from 1822 residents of the UK aged between 25 and 40 and educated to degree level, found that 68% would contemplate living and working abroad. Further results discovered that 38% would expect a job at the same level as their existing employment if they moved abroad, while 20% stated that they would only move overseas if their career progressed in some way.
As experts in overseas removals, the specialists at Interdean have helped thousands of people move overseas for business or work opportunities. As a result, the team were interested in the results of this survey and a spokesperson for the company offered their comments:
“This recent survey highlights how important employment is considered to be for individuals looking to move abroad and offers an interesting insight into the reasons for moving abroad. It is not uncommon for individuals to move overseas for employment prospects, but it is interesting that those participating in the survey would take a lower position than their existing one in order to gain employment abroad. However, many people often cite a higher quality of life as a reason for moving abroad, and while employment is an important aspect of living and working abroad.”
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