Seventy-five percent of U.S. workers report feeling increased job security while 54 percent anticipate a turnaround in the job market this year, according to a recent study by Randstad, a human resources and staffing company.

Although respondents feel more secure in their positions, they are also cautiously optimistic when it comes to changing jobs. In fact, 58 percent of respondents do not think they could find a job they would immediately accept, but 45 percent of respondents intend to look at new job options when the market improves. Respondents are also less willing to make sacrifices to stay in their current positions as only 20 percent say they would take a reduction in benefits, and 10 percent say they would take a demotion. 

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