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Millennial Careers 2020 Vision Facts, Figures and Practical Advice from Workforce Experts 2 | Millennial Careers 2020 Vision Q WE ASKED MILLENNIALS ABOUT CAREERS How confident are you about your career and how much of a priority is skills development How long do you think you’ll need to work and do you plan career breaks along the way What does job security mean, how important is it and what would make you stay with an employer CONTENTS FACTS not just the top percent of tech-savvy earners, but also the graduates and non-graduates across all industries, income and education levels. The time is ripe for employers to take a fresh look at their people strategies. This report is the first in a series providing a practical guide with clear recommendations for employers on how to attract, retain, develop and motivate the best Millennials for the 21st century workforce. GLOBAL WORKFORCE by generation in 2020 1 INTRO 1 ManpowerGroup’s analysis of UN population data. The term Millennial is interchangeable with Generation Y and refers to those born between 1982 and 1996, ages 20-34. 4 | Millennial Careers 2020 Vision THE CAN DO, WILL DO GENERATION In the Human Age 2 , Millennials are both shaping and being shaped by the world of work. They are redefining the employer-employee relationship. As the offspring of parents whose jobs became increasingly less secure in the 70s, 80s and 90s, they entered the labor market during a global recession with record youth unemployment, faster-changing business cycles, and increasing demand for new skills for which they are often told they lack the necessary education. So how do they feel about the world of work Millennials are surprisingly upbeat about their careers. Two-thirds are optimistic about their immediate job prospects. Sixty-two percent are confident that if they lost their main source of income tomorrow they could find equally good or better work within three months. Overall, Millennials in Mexico, China, Switzerland and Germany are the most positive, while those in Japan, Greece and Italy are the least positivea reflection of economic, political and cultural factors in these countries. The majority of Millennials globally see a promising future and successful careers ahead. Pessimistic / Not Confident Optimistic / Confident HOW CONFIDENT ARE MILLENNIALS ABOUT THEIR CAREER PROSPECTS 70 - 80 60 - 69 China, Germany, India, Mexico, Switzerland, US Australia, Brazil, Canada, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, UK 50 - 59 France, Singapore 40 - 49 Greece, Italy 30 - 39 Japan 2 The Human Age, ManpowerGroup, March 2011. The Human Age is defined as a new era in which talent overtakes capital as a key economic differentiator. FACTS FIGURES Facts, Figures and Practical Advice from Workforce Experts | 5 WORK UNTIL THE DAY I DIE Most Millennials know they’ll work longer than the generations before them. Globally, over half expect to work past age 65. Twenty-seven percent expect to work over the age of 70, and 12 say they will likely work until the day they die. In Japan, that figure is more than a third. Still, a significant number remain optimistic that they will retire before 65. Only time will tell if this minority are the realists, optimists or just downright naive. TRAINING FOR A CAREER ULTRAMARATHON WORKING LONGER, PLAYING HARDER Millennials have a career ultramarathon ahead of them and they know it. Early retirement with a gold watch at 50 or even 60 is an antique attitude. Ra
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