There’s a lot of talk about how dramatically different the Millennial generation is. And so, every organization is madly scrambling to “appeal” to this large cohort. For crying out loud, businesses are destroying private offices, installing slippery slides, and changing dress codes in the hopes of attracting talent and engendering loyalty.
But they’re just people like the rest of us, and as more data emerges, I suspect we’ll find out they aren’t so different after all.
For example, did Boomers change jobs less because they were more loyal or because the economic climate and business lifecycles were different? Hey, we were the original anti-establishment group.
Here’s some interesting data. You tell me if it’s significant or noise…
Note: this data came from an interesting article on this topic that can be found here.