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A new workingmums.co.uk’s poll looks at what might prompt a career change.
Greater flexibility is the main reason working mums would consider switching careers, according to a workingmums.co.uk poll.
Thirty-four per cent of those polled said greater flexibility would motivate them to change careers.
The results also show:
One mum who said she would change careers if she had support to retrain said she would only do so if she could get a job on a reasonable wage, not the National Minimum or Living Wage.
A mum who said she would switch if she could find more meaningful work said: “I would do it for a job where I’m valued and can grow while still having time and energy for family.”
Childcare was one of the reasons cited for wanting a job nearer home.
workingmums.co.uk annual survey consistently shows a high level of interest in retraining. The 2018 survey shows that 67% of women were interested in retraining and 20% had retrained in the last 12 months.