Why millennials quit their jobs


Minimal wage growth is the top reason why U.S. millennials quit their jobs, according to an Ernst & Young survey.

According to an article on cfo.com, millennials want flexible work schedules and bosses that encourage teamwork, but their top reason for leaving a job is an old one: lack of wage growth.

The survey – conducted among of 9,700 full-time workers at companies in the eight countries – shows that 78% of millennials questioned as part of E&Y’s Global Generations survey cited stagnant wages as a reason for quitting, just ahead of lack of advancement opportunities (75%) and excessive overtime (72%).

Read the article here.