My previous post established the overall characteristics of Gen Y as that of wavering loyalty when it comes to today’s job market—a market that is particularly challenging for this generation. The national unemployment rate among young adults ages 18 to 29 was about 12.7 percent in August (over 4% higher than the national average), according to
Gen Y is typically identified as being a fickle and wavering group of individuals. Here today, gone tomorrow. On to the next job. Attributed to becoming bored, seeking enjoyment or following the road, Millennials are known for moving on. In fact, many of our studies show that millennials leave their corporations at the two-year mark.
Millennial Branding and Beyond.com Release Study on the Multi-Generational Job Search Boomers on social media, Gen X favor job security and Gen Y are optimists Boston, MA and King of Prussia, PA – September 24, 2012 – Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research and consulting firm and Beyond.com, The Career Network focused on helping people
We worked with PayScale.com on the “Gen Y on the Job” study in order to find out the types of jobs Gen Y has, how much they are getting paid, the best cities and companies for them, and more. We started with a survey sample of 500,000 Gen Y workers, collected between July 2011 and July 2012.
PayScale and Millennial Branding Release Study on the State of the Gen Y Worker Report examines the Gen Y worker across cities, companies, careers, college degrees, compensation and job skills Seattle and Boston– August 21, 2012 – PayScale, Inc., the world’s leading provider of on-demand compensation data and software, and Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research
We worked with Experience, Inc. on the Student Employment Gap study in order to identify issues in the college hiring process, what skills they are looking for, sources for hire and more. We surveyed 225 US employers out of a pool of over 100,000 employers. Experience, Inc. is a network that connects employers with Gen-Y talent.