Here’s a fascinating article from Fast Company. It’s called I Took a Step Down the Career Ladder and I’ve Never Been Happier.
In it, Lydia Dishman writes about the unusual career move of stepping down the career ladder. Here’s an interesting excerpt:
A recent survey of 1,500 millennial workers conducted by Qualtrics revealed that 90% of millennials said they’d stick to one employer for the next decade if they knew they’d get annual raises and upward career mobility. But it’s not always about the money. More than half (64%) of employees surveyed say that they’d take a higher job title without a raise, up from 55% in 2011, according to a report from staffing firm OfficeTeam.
If you want to know more about this, check out the rest of the article from the website below.