Online Learning Update

June 29, 2017

Online learning could help to overcome career slumps, survey shows

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:02 am

by Thiago Kiwi, London School of Business and Finance

The research surveyed 1,200 people aged between 18 and 64 and found that 80.6 per cent of workers in the UK have experienced a career slump, with over 32 per cent believing that this is due to a lack of career progression. A lack of training and development was also found to be a reason for experiencing a career slump, cited by 17.3 per cent, followed by repetitive tasks at 11.6 per cent. Over 28 per cent of respondents believe that enhancing their skills through online learning courses would help them to overcome a career slump, whilst 23 per cent said that they handled their career slump by discussing career progression opportunities with their manager.

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