In a recent Allstate-National Journal poll, we asked a random sample of 900 Americans for their outlook on their careers. What we found was a chasm between the expectations and experiences of younger Americans and those of the generation that came before them. But while they both agree that it’s tougher starting a career today, we discovered stark differences in their perspectives on what the priorities of a career should be, what retirement looks like, and how to go about getting there.
Need evidence that the next generation are not the entitled, distracted, apathetic cohort of popular myth? Consider the success of We Day.