The younger generation has a whole different set of values to those that came before them.
Whereas career ambitions for Baby Boomers and Generation X revolved around pay, prestige and promotion up the ranks, for both Millennials and Generation Z (roughly speaking, anyone 35 and under) the definition of success has shifted.
Some 83% of younger workers say that what matters to them is working for an organization where they can make a positive impact on the world. Yes, they’re still fiercely ambitious – 79% say they’ve got a strong drive to get ahead on their chosen career path – but they want to do so with a company that reflects their values, and makes a difference.
Even if that comes at the expense of a big pay check. Nearly 90% of millennials say they would consider taking a pay…