87% of workers would do NextGen Work in the future
The ‘Monday-Friday 9-5 job for life’ has moved on and much of the jobs growthover the last 10-15 years has occurred in non-traditional, alternative ways of working.
TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HOW PEOPLE WANT TO WORK WE SURVEYED MORE THAN 9,500 PEOPLE IN 12 COUNTRIES3 AND ASKED:
• How do you want to work and why?
• What motivates you and what influences your work choices?
• What experience got you where you are today?
• What are your views on NextGen Work?
40% of people say schedule flexibility — especially flexible start and finish times and the ability to work from home — is one of the top three factors when making career decisions.15 For many people, the ability to balance caring responsibilities can make the difference between working or not. Both men and women aged 25 - 39 years are just as likely to choose NextGen Work so they can spend more time with family. And while aging populations increase the need for eldercare, the numbers of grandparents raising children’s children is also on the rise. Seven million U.S. grandparents are living with a child, up 22% from 2000 and of those, about 40%, or 2.7 million, are the primary caregivers.
80% say NextGen Work is about learning and using new skills!
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