good story on jobs at Fortune – “The Gig Job-hopping Gen Yers aren’t disloyal. They’re smart”

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Gig Job-hopping Gen Yers aren’t disloyal. They’re smart «
Never mind that it doesn’t do much to encourage employees to become leaders themselves. As Tammy Erickson at the Concours Institute notes on her Harvard Business Online blog, Yers aren’t necessarily eyeing your job. “We were pretty surprised by the number of Y’s who said their boss’ job just didn’t look ‘worth it,’” she writes. Perhaps because it’s more true than ever that we want to reach our own personal best – which means having the best personal life possible, too, and maybe, you know, not having to fire all your friends — becoming CEO isn’t the holy grail it might have been.

ed. Thanks to Nadira A. Hira for pointing out my mistake that this story was from Fortune. Thats called being on top of your story. (Where is my link love? =)

2 Replies to “good story on jobs at Fortune – “The Gig Job-hopping Gen Yers aren’t disloyal. They’re smart””

  1. So glad you liked the story, but just had to mention that it was at Fortune, not Forbes. (Have to rep for the home team! ;)) Thanks for reading…

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