If employees feel stifled and unable to progress at a job for long, they'll jump ship and go elsewhere rather than move within the company to another position.

That's according to a study, "Why Do Workers Quit?" from Glassdoor Economic Research, which also finds other factors that improve employee retention include high employee satisfaction, better opportunities for career advancement, the quality of the employer's culture and values and higher pay.

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