The Future of Work Means Always Looking For Your Next Job
Younger people care less about salary and more about impact
Ryan Arthur was making a fine salary. He had great benefits. And the market research consulting firm that employed him was very pleased with his work.
But during the COVID-19 pandemic, Arthur began a very targeted job search that had little to do with financial considerations. The 28-year-old Manhattan resident went hunting for a job that would be more personally satisfying, focusing on the pharmaceutical industry—and he found it at Bristol Myers Squibb, where he is now a customer- and market-insight manager in the oncology division.
"I wanted to pick what I'm working on and stay connected to the mission of the work," he said. "know that sounds hokey, but it's very real to my generation that improving the lives of others matters."
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