By Brianna Steinhilber, originally posted on NBC News.
The generation is spearheading change in the workforce — and they’ll switch jobs until they find what they want.
When it comes to the workplace, millennials get a bad rap. The generation (loosely defined as those born after 1982 and before 2004) tend to to be labeled lazy, entitled and glued to their iPhones. But a recent survey conducted by Gallup shows that they’re more aligned with other generations when it comes to contentment in the workplace than you may think.
The poll garnered responses from almost 200,000 people from across organizations in a wide variety of industries to give us a snapshot of the American workplace today. One of the major findings: Out of the more than 100 million full-time employees that make up the American workforce, only one-third of them are engaged at work — which is defined as being “emotionally and psychologically attached to their work and workplace.”
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