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Millennials study gains global attention

May 30, 2016 | By |

Millennials are optimistic about their careers but expect to work a long time

  • Millennials are overwhelmingly positive about their job prospects but they expect their careers to be a marathon
  • 65% optimistic about their immediate job prospects
  • 60% expect to work beyond their 65th birthday and 13% until the day they die.

The Millennials at Work study commissioned by ManpowerGroup and conducted by Reputation Leaders has gained attention from top tier publications across the globe. 

The quantitative global study of 19,000 working Millennials and 1,500 hiring managers across 25 countries sheds light on what Generation Y wants now and in the future, and help individuals and organizations succeed in this new world of work.

The full report can be accessed here: http://www.manpowergroup.com/millennials

Media Coverage

English

Financial Times24 May 2016 – Job security is living the Millennial dream

Inc.24 May 2016 – What do Millennials want from a job? Just this:

World Economic Forum24 May 2016 – Millennials, Working till we die

World Economic Forum25 May 2016 – Where do Millennials work the longest hours?

Bloomberg25 May 2016 – These are the countries where Millennials will work themselves to death?

CNNMoney26 May 2016 – 37% of Japanese millennials expect to work till they die

Forbes26 May 2016 – Where the world’s Millennials work the longest hours

The Economic Times24 May 2016 – Job security top priority for Indian Millennials

The Business Standard24 May 2016 – Millennials want new opportunities with current employer

Staffing Industry Analysts25 May 2016 – Global Millennials prioritise job security and the opportunity for new challenges

Business Insider25 May 2016 – Millennials around the world are planning to work until they die

ATTN:25 May 2016 – How many hours Millennials work around the world

Learning and Development Professional25 May 2016 – Key to retention and engagement of Millennials

The Economic Times24 May 2016 – Job security top priority for Indian millennials

The Hindustan Times24 May 2016 – Young employees not keen to shift jobs says Manpower

News.com.au25 May 2016 – Aussie Gen Ys set to reshape retirement in career ultramarathon

Australian Financial Review24 May 2016 – Survey finds Australian Millennials work less than foreign counterparts

French

Metro24 May 2016 – La génération Y prête à travailler plus tard, mais pas sans arrêt

Peoplesphere24 May 2016 – La Génération Y prête à travailler plus longtemps… sous conditions.

Italian

Impresa Mia24 May 2016 – LAVORO- SURVEY DI MANPOWERGROUP: LAVORARE PER SEMPRE? NO GRAZIE RISPONDONO I MILLENNIAL

Spanish

ABC Economia24 May 2016 – El mito de que los «millennials» no priorizan el salario para escoger un empleo

CNN Expansión25 May 2016 – ‘MILLENNIALS’ MEXICANOS QUIEREN MÁS VACACIONES Y RETIRARSE ANTES

El Financiero25 May 2016 – 7 de cada 10 millennials trabaja más de 40 horas a la semana

20 Minutos25 May 2016 – Millennials desean trabajar hasta que la muerte los separe

El Financiero26 May 2016 – Estos son los países donde los millennials trabajan hasta morir

Dutch

RTLZ24 May 2016 – Het pensioen ver ver weg voor Millennials

Metro24 May 2016 – Werken tot aan je dood jongeren denken dat het moet

Hr alert26 May 2016 – Jeugd klaar voor lange loopbaan, maar stelt eisen

Greek

Reporter25 May 2016 – http://www.reporter.gr/Eidhseis/291181-Manpower-Group-Tha-ergazontai-mechri-ta-bathia-geramata-oi-neoi