With the cost of living at an all time high, and with university graduates in more debt when taking the first step on the career ladder than ever before, we discuss the millennial approach to living and working in the modern world.
Money (or lack of it)
Believe it or not, money is no longer the sole motivator for taking a new job. With the unreal prospect of owning a home any time in the near-future, or being faced with spending astronomical amounts on rent, more young professionals than ever are choosing to live at home – whilst they get their careers underway. With one less outgoing, and the relative security that comes with staying at home, earning ‘mega bucks’ is not high on the agenda of the average millennial.
Similarly, many job adverts will now completely forgo the once-crucial salary info, replaced with an overview of a broader benefits package and a general vision of the company culture.
A socially connected workforce
These days, technology and gadgets come…