As we’ve all heard (approximately a trillion and a half times), this last year and a half has been… tough, to say the least. Transitioning to work or school at home, throw in a layoff or two, then whatever is happening now, we’ve all had employment whiplash.
Traditionally the most common reasons for employee resignation are salary grievances, feeling unchallenged and uninspired, wanting a better work culture, or simply looking or a new environment. This pandemic shifted the priorities of
Millennials, or Generation Y, born from 1982 through 1993 have been rumored to be the most entrepreneurial generation. Yet, Generation Z or the ‘Next Gen,’ who were born between years 1994 and 2010 are positioned to become the most entrepreneurial