Almost half (49%) of workers are either currently looking for a new role or plan to by the end of 2023, according to new data from Robert Half. That’s up from 41% a year ago.

Gen Zers (74%), tech professionals (64%), working parents (63%), and employees who have been with their company for two to four years (62%) are most likely to make a switch.

The main reasons, which are the same as in the previous survey, are for a higher salary (55%), better benefits and perks (38%), and remote work options (28%). Four in 10 are open to contract work.

When applying for jobs, the biggest turn-offs are poor communication and follow-up from the hiring manager (52%), excessive rounds of interviews (40%), and a lengthy hiring process (39%).

“The takeaway for employers, especially those facing recruiting challenges, is that skilled workers are willing to make a move for the right opportunity,” said Dawn Fay, operational president of Robert Half. “If you’re not offering competitive pay and benefits and a work culture that promotes employee well-being and professional development, you’re at a big disadvantage. Being efficient and open to negotiating is also critical to landing the best talent.”