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Millennials tend to be lumped together as one specific age group, often plagued by cultural stereotypes and stigmas. They’re actually a generation that spans 18 years (those born from 1982-2000), and now the largest demographic in the U.S. workforce, surpassing Baby Boomers in 2015.
Since Millennials range in age from 18 to 36 years old, their life stages, attitudes and behaviors can vary drastically.
For example, many people think Millennials are constantly on the look-out for the next best career opportunity — not committing to one employer or long-term financial security. But we took a closer look at what this generation cares about in the workplace, and what we discovered was surprising:
It’s important for businesses to keep this in mind as they look to build benefit strategies that will attract and retain talent.
MetLife’s 15th Annual Employee Benefit Trends Study has helpful insights.
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