Millennials are not job-hoppers, impatient and they are not fond of micromanagement. They’d like to work on their terms, they feel bored and stuck in an office set up working for 8 hours straight.
60% of Millennials are open to new opportunities and prefer to strike while the iron is hot. This makes them perfect in outsourcing, as they are more than willing to work in a contract, short-term jobs with a flexible schedule. Similarly to being their own boss and working on a flexible schedule with multiple clients.
Moreover, the unemployment rate of this generation has increased up to 12.8% that makes them struggle to nail a job. As it turns out, they are taking advantage of applying to any remote jobs and side gigs to make ends meet and to have a better life.
In addition to that, Millennials are explorers and hungry for success. They are prepared to do whatever it takes just to find ways to adapt to a new workflow in outsourcing, improve their skills and most importantly widening their networks for more job opportunities.
As they build their skillsets, start-up companies now prefer to hire millennials as part of their outsourcing company. Then offer the generation a salary increase once they have proved their worth.
These philosophies and challenges, millennials are going through lead them to apply in outsourcing companies, as their way out of poverty.
In this generation, they just have to keep themselves motivated at all times, and keep their eyes on the goal. Since not all generations were born equal, it’s just a matter of who influenced them and stick to their goal to be financially stable.