Talking about how much money you make is generally seen as taboo.
Yet many younger workers are doing just that, according to a Bankrate.com survey.
Some 42 percent of Gen Z workers, ages 18-25, and 40 percent of Millennial employees, ages 26-41, have shared their salary information with a coworker or other professional contact, the survey found. The poll was conducted by YouGov Plc, Feb. 16-18 among 2,449 adults, and of those 1,416 were either employed or looking for work.
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