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What is it that shapes our career paths? Is experience more important than education? Do people actually want to be the boss? We asked nearly 100,000 people from around the world for their thoughts.

What is it that shapes our career paths? Is experience more important than education? Do people actually want to be the boss? We asked nearly 100,000 people from around the world for their thoughts.

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  • Drivers of Career Choice and Career Progressiont h e e v o lv i n g w o r K f o r c ebest indicators of the career for life is vanishing.talent more than half of all employees expect to switch careers in the next worK experience: 61% 5 years main reasons: job interview: 23% 27%: need for higher income references: 9% 24%: better work-life balance education: 7% 23%: changing personal interests who wants to 97% believe qualification and skill be an executive? 72% do. 20% don’t. significantly more men upgrades are overwhelmingly aim higher than women 80 important when it comes to % career progression 78 % 66% experience vs education reasons for not wanting the top job74 26 practical job experience is more important % % when deciding career success pressure/stress: 25%believe it have their worK-life balance: 25%will be oK doubts lacK of ambition: 17%more people believe they will be able to other: 9%resume their careers after taKing a breaKfor events such as maternal/paternal leave, 18 % lacK of sKills/education:20%illness, or an extended holiday