Financial Services Professionals Confident in Job Security in Midst of Great Resignation

Financial Services Professionals Confident in Job Security in Midst of Great Resignation

The uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic left many professionals feeling up in the air about their job security in 2020. Our 2021 Job Confidence Index survey, which measured over 900 financial services​professionals' thoughts around the current day market, found that sentiments around the topic are looking much more positive as we close out the year.

After spending a year adjusting to remote work and the "freelancer" lifestyle that accompanies it, many professionals have expressed a disdain for the possibility of going back to pre-pandemic office hours. Becasue of this, more people are expected to quit their jobs to become a true freelancer. The candidate-driven market also has encouraged financial services professionals to seek out new opportunites in search of better pay and more flexible working opportunities.

The expectation of a "great resignation" following the previous revelations has not negatively impacted thoughts on job security. 66% of North American survey respondents are confident or very confident in keeping their jobs this year. This is up from 55% in 2020.

The annual Job Confidence Index report takes a deep dive into the minds of financial services professionals, sharing detailed findings on job security, as well as further insights on compensation, relocation, and more.

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Financial Services Professionals Confident in Job Security in Midst of Great Resignation