Analyzing Job Mobility with Job Turnover Intentions: An International Comparative Study

@inproceedings{SousaPoza2004AnalyzingJM,
  title={Analyzing Job Mobility with Job Turnover Intentions: An International Comparative Study},
  author={Alfonso Sousa-Poza and Fred Henneberger},
  year={2004}
}
This study analyzed job-turnover intentions in twenty-five countries with data from the 1997 International Social Survey Program. Results show that high turnover intentions, measured as the proportion of employed individuals that report a very likely change of job in the next 12 months, can be observed in Canada, 17.0 percent, the U.S., 14.3 percent, and Great Britain, 14.3 percent. Low turnover intentions are encountered in Japan, 1.8 percent, Spain, 3.0 percent, and several Eastern European… CONTINUE READING

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