Job-hopping as a way to pursue happiness and fulfillment seems to be strongly rooted in the millennial personality.
A survey by talent acquisition platform RecruitFi gathered input from more than 1,000 employed U.S. millennials and found that 86% would leave their job in a New York minute if the new gig offered the promise of professional and/or personal fulfillment.
Despite their willingness to swap, 83 percent of those surveyed said they knew job-hopping might not be a good resume builder.
“The millennial generation continues to be at the forefront of every recruiting and hiring discussion,” said Brin McCagg, CEO and Co-founder of RecruitiFi. “The survey findings illustrate that now, more than ever, organizations must evolve to adopt more strategic approaches to HR and talent management.”