Unrealistic expectations could be part of the problem
By April 15, many of our adult children achieved at least one marker of adulthood — filing a tax return. But if they’re like many of their contemporaries, they may not be employed at the same place when the next tax season rolls around.
More than two-thirds of young professionals expect to quit their current job by 2020, according to Deloitte’s 2016 Millennial Survey. They say they’ll leave in search of companies whose goals fit better with their own. But millennial workforce expert J.T. O’Donnell, founder of CareerHMO.com, says their reasons often go beyond that.