Want to make more money? You may want to consider switching jobs. Some 24% of Americans said that changing jobs is the best way to get a pay boost, according to a recent online survey from MagnifyMoney of nearly 1,000 working adults. In addition, millennials were more likely than their older coworkers to say that jumping to a new position is the best way to increase pay, the report showed. Wage data supports the idea that switching jobs is indeed one way to boost income. Wage gains for people who have switched jobs have outpaced those who've stayed at one employer since 2011, according to the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank's wage growth tracker, which uses data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. More from Invest in You: 'Great Resignation' is more of a reckoning led by low-wage workers Is a 4-day workweek the answer to employee burnout? These resume strategies can make you stand out in your job search The gap between job switchers and stayers has widened in recent months. In June, t . . . read the full article here.