The 1980s band “Loverboy” may have said it best: “Everybody’s working for the weekend.”
According to a study by CareerBuilder and Inavero, 53 percent of workers today feel like they have just a job, not a career. Millennial workers also continue to hop between jobs more often than other generations: Baby Boomers tend to stay in a position for 11 years on average, while Millennials typically stay at a job for three years. Another interesting data point: 69 percent of full-time workers regularly search for new job opportunities.
Check out this interesting infographic from CareerBuilder to see if this data reflects your job seeking habits…
According to a new CareerBuilder study, age disparity in office settings is disappearing. It’s no longer uncommon to see a 20-something managing older workers, and with this new era comes new generational differences. These differences — including ideas about communication, work style, and career advancement — could play a role in your interview process.
Here are a few tips for how to connect with older or younger hiring managers: