Why are 60 percent of Millennials leaving their dream jobs?

By Val Matta, vice president of business development at CareerShift

Sixty percent. That’s the average percentage of Millennials who are cutting ties with what they thought were their dream jobs. In fact, many are checking out in three years or less. Whether this is due to loss of interest or unhappiness in their jobs, turnover not only costs companies more money — between $15,000 and $25,000 to replace each lost Millennial employee — it also doesn’t look good on the part of your organization.

Read the source article at The Work Buzz

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