Worker confidence ‘takes 30,000 hours’
Posted by jorbell on June 14, 2009
Workers do not feel totally confident about their work skills until they reach 37 years old, research claims.
A YouGov survey of 2,100 employees, commissioned by Standard Life, reveals that workers expect to put in the equivalent of around 30,000 hours on the job before they become completely comfortable with their skills.
In addition, the research found that 85 per cent wanted to continue working on a part-time basis when they reach retirement age and one-third wishing to keep a full-time position.
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