The most disengaged generation when it comes to their jobs, millennials don't look at the job market the way others do. They act more like consumers shopping for the best product.

According to the Harvard Business Review, a new Gallup poll found that 71 percent are either not engaged or are actively disengaged at work — making it tough for employers to hold on to them, since engagement is essential to retention.

Highlighting how engagement plays into a millennial's decision to stay or go is the finding that 47 percent of actively disengaged millennials strongly agree that they will switch jobs if the job market improves in the next 12 months, compared with just 17 percent of engaged millennials.

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