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Millennials Taking Longer to Live on Their Own, Says New Report

generationsHappy Friday one and all! As we head into the weekend, there’s a new report we simply have to share. (Yes, we really do get excited about such announcements!)

Millennial Branding partnered with PayScale for their second annual study on the state of generations at work, namely Gen Y, Gen X and Baby Boomers. Their main finding? It’s taking Millennials longer to live on their own than previous generations. Read more

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Report Identifies 10 Jobs Where People Loathe Co-Workers (Spoiler Alert: Journalism is Not One of Them)

Co-workers got you down? You’re not alone. According to a recent report published by Payscale (via AOL Jobs), they¬†looked into jobs where people said they would ditch their co-workers if they could change one thing about their office.

As for the really good news, out of more than 28,000 responses from Payscale’s users, journalism did not make the top 10 miserable list! The occupations that did make the list typically encompassed support or operations roles. Read more

New Study Shows Millennials Leave Jobs Every Two Years

Recruiters refer to candidates who jump ship from job to job within two years as job hoppers but according to a recent report, millennials are just the new normal.

That is, according to a study conducted by PayScale and Millennial Branding, 18 to 30-year olds in the job market switch employers every two years. In comparison, baby boomers typically spend about seven years with an employer whereas Gen X-ers typically spend around five.

And it sounds like millennials prefer to work at shops with less than 100 colleagues since 47 percent of this population is employed by small companies. In fact, less than twenty-five percent are employed by companies where head count exceeds 1,500. Read more