WE What’s Next for Work Report

Oct 29 2021

The pandemic has fundamentally changed young Europeans’ career plans and paths. Many have quit their jobs, or plan to in the next year, signifying Gen Z and Millennials’ star role in The Great Resignation. Now, they’re reassessing their career aspirations and goals, and many are making major changes as a result. The way they work has also shifted, with work-from-home becoming the norm and full-time office jobs an antiquated notion. But what do they want their future work lives to look like?

This trend report digs into what’s driving young Europeans’ job exodus, their biggest career priorities now, the future of workplace culture, and what employers need to know about this next generation of work.

Download the full report for insights on: 

  • Why young Europeans are resigning from their jobs
  • What they are looking for in their careers
  • The role of mental health in The Great Resignation
  • What the future of workplace culture will look like

Report length: 38 pages

Based on a survey of 1300 13-39-year-olds in the U.K., Italy, France, Spain, and Germany.

Additional survey content for Pro users: How many have side hustles and why, what platforms they are using to look for jobs, the importance of various office perks, and the make-up of their ideal job.

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