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The majority of Millennials may feel fulfilled at their jobs, but they’re still looking to quit.

Nov 19 2021

The majority of Millennials may feel fulfilled at their jobs, but they’re still looking to quit. According to a survey by GoodHire, 60% of Millennials say they find great meaning and purpose in their jobs compared to 41% of Gen Z and 51% of Gen X. The job hunt is still top of mind, however, with 46% of Millennials saying they plan to look for another opportunity in the next 12 months. And while that may seem contradictory, author Lindsey Pollak notes that social media is influencing young people’s job priorities: “It’s so, so, very visible on social media what people are contributing to the world…That has a lot to do with their desire to align their personal brand or their personal image with the image of things they believe in.” Finances are also top of mind, and Millennials are looking for more secure jobs as they think about buying a home and starting a family. YPulse’s What’s Next for Work trend research shows that 25% of Millennials have resigned / quit their jobs in the last year, and mental health is a leading factor in why they left. (Fast Company)