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Younger generations are less loyal to their employers than previous generations. According to the Deloitte Global Millennial Survey 2019, almost half of the millennials surveyed said they would quit their current jobs in the next two years if they had a choice. Millennials, born between 1981 and 1996, aren’t any less ambitious than other generations, but they are motivated by more than salary and promotions. They prioritize experiences and authenticity in their lives and they value inclusivity, expecting that often marginalized groups will be treated fairly in the workplace and be able to achieve their potential without discrimination. That includes support for LGBTQ+.

Many millennials were crippled financially by the Great Recession and are still trying to recover. They tend to job-hop, looking to move ahead in their career and pay down loans.  Millennials often postpone starting families for various reasons, whether that be debt, the fact that they haven’t met their life partner or that they are not established enough in their careers to take on raising a child.  Yet, many millennials worry about whether they will be able to start a family themselves when they choose. The oldest members of this demographic are now entering the years of declining fertility (35+).

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