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What are five main reasons people generally change jobs? Explain the reasons in detail.

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The five main reasons people generally change jobs, according to Retention Connections (see reference below), are:

1. Work environment - The corporate culture may result in people feeling it is not a "good fit" based on factors such as the reputation of the company may include values that do not coincide with those of the employee, convenience of job location to home, physical surroundings in which the job is performed and even the social "groups" that exist ...

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There are five main reasons why people change jobs: work environment, feeling expendable, lack of support, no opportunity for advancement and compensation. Reference included.

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