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Gen Z and Millennials agree that “loving your job is a capitalistic trap.” 

Aug 17 2022

Gen Z and Millennials agree that “loving your job is a capitalistic trap.” Young employees are fueling a changed attitude towards the typical 9-5 job that some are calling pessimistic—but young peoples’ apathetic approach to work is not without good reason. It’s no secret “toxic workplaces, minimal flexibility, no work life balance and of course, the pandemic” have made young workers want more out of a job and their personal lives, too. According to a Deloitte survey, “four in 10 Gen Zs and nearly a quarter of Millennials would like to leave their jobs in two years [and roughly] a third would do so without another job lined up.” YPulse research shows young workers are changing how they approach work, and instead of asking what their dream job is, people should be asking what fulfills them, makes them happy, and what kind of environment they thrive in. (ABC News)