The mentality of working with an employer for 30 plus years and receiving a gold watch upon retirement are long gone. It is safe to say that most Generation Z and Millennials would be foreign to this mentality. According to October 2021 data from career site CareerBuilder, Gen Z workers spend an average of two years and three months in a role, a reduction on Millennials’ average time in a job of two years and nine months. In times of tight employment, an employer can be forced to ‘overpay’ an employee due to the nature of the business and the knowledge that they have accumulated.
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