Even when adjusted for inflation, 60% percent of workers who changed jobs earned more in their new roles.
Hunter Read traded in his day job for long hours and the physically demanding task of crafting artsy marbles. And he loves it.
After plummeting in the recession, the rate of voluntary job-quitting is slowly rising. But it's not high enough to show the job market is healthy, yet.
There's a recent trend of (former) employees quitting jobs and putting up videos and comments on social media criticizing their employer. How many weeks of pay would you give up to be able to say what you want to about your job and not worry about burning a bridge?