Study indicates millennial workers stay put more than many think

Marielle Segarra Jan 10, 2017
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Study indicates millennial workers stay put more than many think

Marielle Segarra Jan 10, 2017
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You may have heard the generalization that millennials – people born between around 1982 and 2000 — are impatient in the workforce, that they hop from job to job, looking for better opportunities.

Well, a new report from the research organization The Conference Board, as well as RW2 Enterprises and DDI, finds the opposite – at least among millennials who hold leadership positions. 

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