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Job satisfaction is decreasing among Gen Z and Millennials.

Oct 26 2021

Job satisfaction is decreasing among Gen Z and Millennials. Following a recent report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics that revealed 4.3 million people quit their jobs in August, a CivicScience survey found that the percentage of U.S. adults who report they’re happy with their jobs has shifted from 84% last year to 68% today. The Great Resignation is real, and YPulse’s What’s Next for Work research shows that Gen Z and Millennials are fueling it as they leave behind jobs leading to burnout in pursuit of more fulfilling opportunities. Job transitions have also increased for these gens, with Gen Z’s transitions increasing by 80% year-over-year and Millennials’ transitions up 50% year-over-year, according to LinkedIn research that tracked the percentage of members who changed the jobs listed in their profile over the past year. LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky dubs the phenomenon as the “Great Reshuffle” as young workers reassess what they want from their jobs, and Hannes Schwandt (Assistant Professor at Northwestern’s School of Education and Social Policy) notes that the Great Recession and Coronavirus recession have “given these [generations] a greater degree of mobility from one employer to the next, helping them climb up the ladder to a higher quality job.” (Fast CompanyBusiness Insider)