Workforce Management Benchmark Report: Q3 2020
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Workforce Logiq’s exclusive Workforce Management Benchmark Report offers a predictive, quarterly snapshot of talent volatility across major industries, job functions, metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs), and states.
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Q3 key findings include:
- All but 3 states – New Hampshire, New Mexico, and New Jersey – decreased in employee volatility during Q3.
- All but 3 of the top 35 job categories – Doctors and Medicine (up 13%), Education (up 10%), and Investment (up 2%) – saw decreased employee volatility in Q3.
- Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation jumped to #1 spot in Q3 for worker volatility at 16% above the national average.
- Recruiting jobs and Finance and Insurance role tied in Q3 for having the largest percentage of employees open to changing jobs: +76% above the national average.
- D.C. had the highest employment volatility in Q3: 34% above the national average – and now higher than New York.
- Baltimore-Columbia-Townson, MD saw a 27% reduction in employee volatility during Q3.
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