Millennials have itchy feet.

In fact, their desire to see faraway places is their main reason to work — after, of course, paying basic necessities. According to FlexJobs survey, a hefty 70 percent of millennials say their "overwhelming desire to travel" is their main motivation on the job — that's just a tad less than the 88 percent who cite that basic motivator: necessities.

Gen X respondents are fond of travel too, but not as much as millennials; 60 percent ranked it as the fourth most important reason for working. And boomers are apparently settling down; just 47 percent ranked travel as fifth in importance.

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