Thursday, May 07, 2015

Millennials Have Shorter Stay at Jobs

Millennials tend to stay at a job for a shorter period than the average worker, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Wall Street Journal highlighted these numbers in a story this week, also raising the question of whether all the movement in the workforce is a problem or opportunity.
According to the BLS, the median time in a job for workers 20-24 was less than 16 months, and it was three years for those 25-34, according to the story.  The median time in a job for all workers 25 and up was 5.5 years.

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