Did you know that the average Oracle employee spends only 23 months at the company? Well, the good people at Oracle are representative of a wider trend – job-hopping. Millennials are actively switching between jobs and even top companies, such as Oracle, are not immune. So, here at Kandidate we’ve been investigating – where do people go after Oracle?
Where Do Sales & Marketing People Go After Oracle?
44% of former Oracle employees choose to remain in the Internet industry, typically switching to Salesforce, LinkedIn, and Google. About 28% head to the Computer Software industry, with popular companies including SAP and DocuSign.
The top 10 list of companies where Dropbox employees typically switch to is dominated primarily by these two industries. The remaining 28% were found to be spread out among a number of related industries ranging from Marketing and Advertising to Staffing and Recruiting.
With an overall of 72% of former Oracle employees moving around in either the Computer Software or Internet industries, the trend toward working at tech companies is clearly strong – and a notable number of Oracle employees have switched to rival companies. This seems predictable as firms within these ever-competitive tech industries compete continuously for the best available talent.
A New Generation
Today’s millennials are increasingly prone to job-hunting and want the ideal combination of working for an employer where they believe in the product and have the ability to affect a product’s lifecycle. It’s these factors which often determine where the modern employee – including those at Oracle, move to next.
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