(NBC News) Unemployment is down and the U.S. job market has become so much better that millions of American workers are now willing to do some things they haven't done much of in the last decade.
A survey by staffing agency Accountemps finds a high percentage are so confident they're willing to quit one job for a chance to make more somewhere else.
"30% or more in many cities, and broadly across the country," says Bill Driscoll of Accountemps.
Driscoll says that is by far the highest percentage of American workers willing to jump jobs since the Great Recession a decade ago.
"It's a strong market, it is definitely a candidate market," he says.
Higher wages aren't keeping up with job growth, but that's also expected to improve before the end of the year.
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