New York (Jan. 13, 2004) -- A market rebound could herald a new round of employee churn, according to a survey by professional staffing and outsourcing provider Hudson.

Despite general satisfaction with their jobs, 60 percent of U.S. workers would seriously consider changing positions if given the opportunity, according to the Hudson Employment Index. Even among those individuals who are happy with their current job, 52 percent would consider moving on if offered a new position. The index, compiled by independent research firm Rasmussen Reports LLC, is based on a December survey of 9,250 working Americans.

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