Berkeley Palmer Survey Shows Many Executives Feel Their Job is in Jeopardy

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The Berkeley Palmer survey of nearly 250 individuals who are in an active job search, primarily in the mid-west, shows that 27% are either "uneasy about the future" or they feel that there "job is in jeopardy." Another 25% said they felt they had limited advancement opportunities.

The fact that 75% of executives and professionals who are currently in active search mode are either unemployed or fear that it unemployment may be forthcoming is quite a surprise

A survey taken by Berkeley Palmer of Overland Park, KS shows that many executives feel that there job or their company's position is at risk.

The Berkeley Palmer survey of nearly 250 individuals who are in an active job search, primarily in the mid-west, shows that 27% are either "uneasy about the future" or they feel that there "job is in jeopardy." Another 25% said they felt they had limited advancement opportunities.

The most staggering statistic according to Berkeley Palmer was that 23% of the job seekers said they were "unemployed with no luck in their search." There were eight (8) other categories presented by Berkeley Palmer for which no other single category topped 6%.

"The fact that 75% of executives and professionals who are currently in active search mode are either unemployed or fear that it unemployment may be forthcoming is quite a surprise," says Berkeley Palmer.

Berkeley Palmer (http://www.bpkansas.com) is an executive career transition firm located in Overland Park Kansas, with affiliated offices throughout the US. Take the Berkeley Palmer assessment at http://www.bpkansas.com/index.php?page=free_career_assessment.

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