Insight: Combatting 'millennial burnout'

One way to tackle the job-hopping and lack of engagement shown by millennials may be to set up a job-swapping programme

Millennials are increasingly shaping the future of work. The generation born between 1980 and 1996 have represented a majority of the workforce since 2016, and a recent Gallup poll estimates that by 2025 they could comprise 75%.

But with ever more millennials entering the working world, an unsettling trend has started to emerge – a striking 84% of them report...

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