Corporate Ladder or Climbing Wall? Helping the Millennial on the Move

Millennial workers want new jobs and new assignments every year to two years, according to the Deloitte third annual millennial survey.

Furthermore, they have no intention of waiting three to five years for a promotion like baby boomers did.

The new tech-savvy workers also want to learn constantly, and that involves them demanding access to peers and other leaders they can acquire skills from, not just one manager or one leader.

In an earlier CareerBuilder survey, more than 61 percent of the millennials said that they should be promoted every two to three years provided they are doing a good job. Only 43 percent of workers aged 55 or older said they felt that way.

Why is anyone surprised by this? 

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