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The next question is: if my industry is at a 11.7% vol turnover rate, what is my industry hiring at - (based on a role replacement vs. all hires).

I think it would be interesting to see the gains as well as the losses and see what kind of jobs work well cross industry, or which industries tend to keep the same pool of talent. Theorhetically if the hire rate is the same can it be inferred that people tend to stay within an industry?

Also I'd like to know if these stats are measured Globally?

thanks for shraing admin

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