Entitled. Selfish. Untested.
Some of the common words that have been used to describe millennials.
A new survey from Deloitte – The 2018 Millennial Survey – says that “uneasy,” “pessimistic” and “concerned” are more accurate descriptions.
Here’s what you need to know.
The State of Millennials
According to the survey, 43 percent of millennials plan to quit their current job within two years. Only 28% plan to stay in their current role for more than five years.
The survey is based on the views of 10,455 millennials and 1,844 members of Generation Z questioned across 36 countries. Millennials included in the study were born between January 1983 and December 1994 and represent a specific group of this generation—those who have college or university degrees, are employed full time and work predominantly in large, private-sector organizations.
Among the findings in the report, here are a few highlights:
- Business Ethics. For the past two years, Millennials have felt relatively more positive about the motivations and ethics of the business sector. This year, however, their opinions have taken a sharp turn downward. Why? Millennials believe there is a mismatch between how responsible companies Click here to read entire article