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3.1 years

The median job tenure of millennials is 3.1 years in the US, which is similar to young people of previous generations.

Published April 20, 2017

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3.1 years

How long Millennials stay in their jobs compared to previous generations

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3.1 years

This disproves the popular stereotype that millennials 👩🏼‍💻👨🏽‍💻 jump around from job to job and avoid stability.

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In fact, people in their twenties and thirties now stay in their jobs a little longer than their parents when they were the same age 😇.

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Some economists wish millennials would change jobs more often, making it easier for them to ask for a raise or get a promotion 💵.

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The length of time 25-34 year olds were in their current job

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