Mercer’s new “What’s Working” survey, released Monday, found 32 percent of U.S. workers are “seriously considering” leaving their job. That’s a sharp jump from 23 percent reported in 2005.

Meanwhile, another 21 percent are not looking to leave but view their employers unfavorably and have “rock-bottom scores on key measures of engagement, a term that describes a combination of an employee’s loyalty, commitment and motivation,” according to a Mercer press statement.

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