An employee works on his computer at the office of CloudFactory, a Canadian startup that based itself in Kathmandu, where it hires teams of Nepalese October 5, 2012.

Four out of 10 millennials polled by Deloitte are planning to leave their jobs within two years

43%

A poll by Deloitte with more than 10,000 millennials across 36 countries found that 43% of them are planning to leave their jobs within two years, while only 28% are looking to stay beyond five years.

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An employee works on his computer at the office of CloudFactory, a Canadian startup that based itself in Kathmandu, where it hires teams of Nepalese October 5, 2012.
43%

Share of millennial workers who plan to…

An employee works on his computer at the office of CloudFactory, a Canadian startup that based itself in Kathmandu, where it hires teams of Nepalese October 5, 2012.
43%

The survey also found that millennials, defined by Deloitte as people born between 1983 and 1994, care about diversity, inclusion, and flexibility more than money when it comes to staying with a company for the long term.

An employee works on his computer at the office of CloudFactory, a Canadian startup that based itself in Kathmandu, where it hires teams of Nepalese October 5, 2012.
43%

According to Michele Parmelee, global talent leader at Deloitte, “pay may be the number-one item that attracts a millennial but diversity, inclusion, and flexibility are the key to keeping them.”

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