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December 14, 2009

Would Most Employees Want to Be Managers?

Filed under: General HR Buzz2:57 pm

No, according to a survey conducted by Randstad, an employment services company.  Fifty one percent indicated they weren’t interested in becoming managers, with potential stress being the primary reason.

Older workers (64 and over) were the least interested while younger ones (18-29) were the most, with 58% percent wanting to take it on.

Those wanting to be managers cited the ability to share knowledge, to influence decisions, and being responsible for organizational success as the reasons to pursue a managerial career.

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