Who said millennials have commitment issues? A new report by the Conference Board, a business research group, suggests that young people are more likely than their elders in many cases to pursue a long-term relationship with a single company.

The report is based on a survey of "leaders" identified by the group. Of the millennial leaders polled, 44 percent say they can see themselves staying with a single employer for more than 15 years.

Forty-four percent might not seem high, but compare it to the percentage of non-millennial leaders who say the same thing: 29 percent.

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