Are Younger Generations Really Job-hoppers?
Data points may not be as clear-cut as they appear
You might have heard younger employees tend to switch jobs frequently. But perhaps those data points aren’t as clear-cut as they look.
A new study of 1,000-plus Gen Z and millennial adults from the tech-automation firm Zapier, conducted by The Harris Poll, found that Gen Z employees desire to work an average of six years for their current employers—and Millennials want to make it a full decade. In fact, many workers are so committed to their jobs that they see it as a key component of their identities—65 percent for Gen Z and 73 percent for Millennials.
One reason why workers walk away from jobs prematurely, says Zapier’s editorial team? A lack of tech savvy at an organizational level.
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