Calendar with I Quit! Millennials who are not in manager roles resign at a rate of 36.2 percent, while those millennials who have made it to manager status resign at a rate of just 11.9 percent. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Millennials do job-hop, but it doesn’t have to be from one company to another. Employers who want to retain their top performers can to find ways to sate this desire with internal opportunities.

That’s according to the Visier Insights: Millennials report, which finds that millennials do have a resignation rate much higher than that of nonmillennials—in 2016 they actually resigned at a rate three times that of workers overall (29.1 percent, compared with 9.2 percent), and twice that of nonmillenials.

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Marlene Satter

Marlene Y. Satter has worked in and written about the financial industry for decades.

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