Myths vs. Facts about Millennials Infographic

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hp://www.leadingresults.com Sources: *CNBC *CBSNEWS *CNBC *Growing Leaders Did you know? 64% of Millennials would rather make $40,000 a year at a job they love than $100,000 a year at a job they find boring. Millennials About Myth 1 Myth 2 Myth 3 Myth 4 Myth 5 Myth 6 Fact 1 Fact 2 Fact 3 Fact 4 Fact 5 Fact 6 Millennials are tempted to do beer. Millennials are lazy. Millennials are self-centered. Millennials are disrespecul. Millennials are disloyal. Millennials love buying stuff and don’t know how to manage their money. Millennials are “job hoppers” and don’t care about their reputaon. Millennials are ambious and curious. Millennials volunteer at record rates. Millennials need to know “why.” Millennials don’t give loyalty – you have to earn it. Millennials buy experiences, not things. 59% said compeon is what gets them up in the morning, and 50%+ are willing to work long hours and weekends to achieve career success. 84% of a surveyed 2,500 millennials made a charitable donaon in the past year. Instantaneous answers have never been further away than their cell phones. They’re curious and want to know the reasoning behind things. Only 16% of millennials agree that most people can be trusted – a rate lower than any previous generaon. 75% of millennials prefer to spend money on experiences (versus material items), and 72% are saving for rerement. 50% would rather have no job than a job they hate, 93% want a job where they can be themselves, and 71% want their coworkers to be like a second family.
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    Sources:

    *CNBC*CBSNEWS*CNBC*Growing Leaders

    Did you know?64% of Millennials would rather make $40,000 a year at a job they love than $100,000 a year at a job they find boring.

    Millennials

    About

    Myth 1

    Myth 2

    Myth 3

    Myth 4

    Myth 5

    Myth 6

    Fact 1

    Fact 2

    Fact 3

    Fact 4

    Fact 5

    Fact 6Millennials are tempted to do better.

    Millennials are lazy.

    Millennials are self-centered.

    Millennials are disrespectful.

    Millennials are disloyal.

    Millennials love buying stuff and dont know how to manage their money.

    Millennials are job hoppers and dont care about their reputation.

    Millennials are ambitious and curious.

    Millennials volunteer at record rates.

    Millennials need to know why.

    Millennials dont give loyalty you have to earn it.

    Millennials buy experiences, not things.

    59% said competition is what gets them up in the morning, and 50%+are willing to work long hours and weekends to achieve career success.

    84% of a surveyed 2,500 millennials made a charitable donation in the past year.

    Instantaneous answers have never been further away than their cell phones. Theyre curious and want to know the reasoning behind things.

    Only 16% of millennials agree that most people can be trusted a rate lower than any previous generation.

    75% of millennials prefer to spend money on experiences (versus material items), and 72% are saving for retirement.

    50% would rather have no job than a job they hate, 93% want a job where they can be themselves, and 71% want their coworkers to be like a second family.

    http://www.cnbc.com/2015/12/08/millennials-are-more-generous-than-you-think.htmlhttp://www.cbsnews.com/news/study-millennials-less-trusting-than-gen-x-was/http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/05/millennials-are-prioritizing-experiences-over-stuff.htmlhttps://growingleaders.com/blog/employers-ready-or-not-here-comes-generation-iy-2/