Unemployment numbers don't faze workers who say they're ready to find another job and that benefits are likely to be a factor in their decision.

According to findings released Wednesday from the 2012 Aflac Workforces Report, 49 percent of workers are at least somewhat likely to look for a job this year.

Employers may lose valuable productivity in the process. The report shows most of the workers likely to leave describe themselves as top talent — the kind of workers companies need in order to remain competitive in a tight economy.

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