Millennials: How They Live and Work
Here is an insightful article by Jim Clifton . . .
People often ask Gallup, "Are millennials really that different?"
The answer is yes -- profoundly so. Millennials will change the world decisively more than any other generation.
As this report shows, millennials will continue to disrupt how the world communicates -- how we read and write and relate. Millennials are disrupting retail, hospitality, real estate and housing, transportation, entertainment and travel, and they will soon radically change higher education.
Millennials are altering the very social fabric of America and the world. They're waiting longer to get married and have children, and they're less likely than other generations to identify with specific religions or political parties.
Defined by their lack of attachment to institutions and traditions, millennials change jobs more often than other generations -- more than half say they're currently looking for a new job.
Millennials are changing the very will of the world. So we, too, must change.
Gallup is recommending that our client partners change their organizational cultures this year from old will to new will. Below are six functional changes that we call the "Big Six."