There are a meaningful number of workers who desire less pay than they currently receive.
We've tracked almost 400 workers (397 to be exact) who, when initially asked about wage preferences, reportered lower values for desired pay than they did for current pay.
Workers who desire less are more experienced and are paid more.
A new reality that is empowering certain workers to make different choices for themsevles, their families and their communities.
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About the Skillit Craft Intelligence Report
Skillit produces its Craft Intelligence Report on a quarterly basis, leveraging data from its customers, skilled worker network, recruitment technology database and construction industry trends. It is intended to give builders increased confidence in their recruitment strategies and market positioning. Each quarter, the report features the most interesting and useful insights uncovered over the previous quarter. Skillit utilizes its proprietary worker data including variables such as trades, skills, experience, actual and desired pay, travel preferences and more.
Skillit releases Craft Intelligence Bulletins such as this in between quarterly reports when especially relevant events or changes in Skillit's data set occur.
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