This article originally ran on LinkedIn Pulse on June 6, 2016
Recently Hudson published its Q1 2016 Job Seeker Pulse, which is the sixth edition of our on-going longitudinal study of actual job seeking activity registered among Fortune 100 and Middle Market U.S. employees.
Notably, the Generation X and Baby Boomer groups within both market segments registered solid activity rises compared to Q1 last year. Throughout 2015, on average these generational groups exercised more job-switching caution than their younger Gen Y counterparts. However in Q1 2016, five of a possible eight worker groups for both Gen X and Boomers logged higher year-over-year activity, while just two of the Gen Y worker groups showed increases.