Research on the biggest motivations for grads to come - and stay - at a company
To remain competitive, companies across industries must engage and retain the next generation of millennial talent. The following research compiled focuses on what influences college seniors in their first career choice.
Research of over 100 students across 5 different universities who are undergraduate seniors in 2018. Survey participants were 50% female and 49% male (1% declined to answer).
Collaboration is key
Coworkers want to be personal friends
Meaningful work is work that makes a positive, noticeable difference in the lives of others
Millennial Company Selection
Expect to find their first job out of college through their current network or online job posting sites
The biggest turnoff when considering a job is working 40 hours a week confined to one office space
Use pictures of people who are the age group you want to attract to your company on your website & social media
Friendly company reps (regardless of position) are the best way to attract students to recruiting tables
Millennial Monetary Considerations
Choosing a respectable job that’s enjoyable is more important than money
Public perception of wealth is not as important as work satisfaction
Company Culture Data
Company Selection Data
Monetary Considerations Data
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