Millennials are probably the most maligned generation yet to enter the workforce. The demographic cohort born between 1982 and 1994 is often portrayed as disloyal job hoppers - self-involved idealists demanding a steady diet of recognition and raises. In short, a human resources nightmare, right? Wrong. A new study on Misunderstood Millennial Talent: The Other 91 Percent by the Center for Talent Innovation shatters the stereotype that all Millennials are entitled whiners just waiting to jump ship. Far fewer Millennials are a flight risk than you think, and the reason is stunningly simple: money.
"Research: Millennials Can't Afford to Job Hop" is from hbr.org, published on August 31, 2016.