In today’s working world, Millennials have gotten something of a bad rap. They are considered to lack job loyalty, and have even often been referred to as the “job hopping generation.” This statement is based in fact, however, as up to 60% of all Millennial employees have actually stated that they would be more than willing to take a new job elsewhere and leave their current one behind at the drop of a hat, should the new job provide them a better set of opportunities and even benefits.
However, Millennials should really not be blamed for this behavior. After all, it is something that has been going on for quite some time now. Even back in the June of 2015, more than two and a half million employees voluntarily decided to leave their jobs. From the year prior, the June of 2014, this marked an increase in such activity by as much as very nearly one quarter. And in the time that has passed us by since, this is a problem that has only continued to grow – and will likely only continue