The generation is spearheading change in the workforce — and they’ll switch jobs until they find what they want.
When it comes to the workplace, millennials get a bad rap. The generation (loosely defined as those born after 1982 and before 2004) tend to to be labeled lazy, entitled and glued to their iPhones. But a recent survey conducted by Gallup shows that they’re more aligned with other generations when it comes to contentment in the workplace than you may think. – 7 Ways Millennials Are Changing the Workplace for the Better.
The poll garnered responses from almost 200,000 people from across organizations in a wide variety of industries to give us a snapshot of the American workplace today. One of the major findings: Out of the more than 100 million full-time employees that make up the American workforce, only one-third of them are engaged at work — which is defined as being “emotionally and psychologically attached to their work and workplace.”