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Career Happiness Index: Millennials Edition

CAREER HAPPINESS INDEX MILLENNIALS EDITION MOST BRITISH YOUNG PEOPLE ARE HAPPY AT WORK 31% 30% Feeling appreciated is as important want to be well paid want to be appreciated 63% of 18-24 year olds are happy in their jobs as money YOUNG PEOPLE ARE EXTREMELY HARD WORKING 68% of young people were already working at 18 1 in 5 young people have two or more jobs right now FOR YOUNG PEOPLE ON-THE-JOB EXPERIENCE PAYS OFF 35% applied for their current role thanks to work experience 52% look to further education and vocational training as a way into work YOUNG PEOPLE DEMAND VOCATIONAL TRAINING TO GET AHEAD 78% O only 39% seek further academic qualifications want vocational and on-the-job training EMPLOYERS NEED TO PROVIDE TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES 39% 1/3 look to look to industry-specific training and apprenticeships on-the-job training PARENTS HAVE THE MOST INFLUENCE OVER YOUNG PEOPLE'S CAREERS 36% 4% 1/3 chose their are are inspired by their parents inspired by celebrities current jobs on their parents' advice City& Guilds Find out more at 1032 Employed and 88 Unemployed Millennials aged 18-24 in the UK were interviewed online. The survey was run between 2 and 7 August 2013 and is regionally weighted to UK regions. As a global leader in skills education, the City & Guilds Group helps people get into a job, progress on the job, and move onto the next job. City & Guilds' Career Happiness Index: Millennials Edition has been launched in celebration of The Skills Show 2013.

Career Happiness Index: Millennials Edition

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City and Guilds Millennials Edition of its Career Happiness Index has revealed some interesting statistics about young people’s attitudes to work in this economically turbulent time. Surprisingly, 7...




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