The Millennial generation has earned a bad rap when it comes to loyalty in the workplace. Their “job-hopping” stereotype suggests a flighty, unpredictable personality ready to jump ship at the first opportunity.
Unfortunately, there is data that supports this notion. A recent Gallup poll found that 60 percent of Millennials are open to new job opportunities, and 21 percent members of this elusive group have changed jobs within the past year. In addition, the Bureau of Labor Statistics unveiled that the average length of job tenure is 4.4 years for the average worker, while the Millennial group