Young job seekers today would rather work for startups than big corporate companies, a new study suggests.
The study was conducted by software provider PayScale, Inc. and research management firm Millennial Branding. It found that millennials — also known as Gen Y, a group currently between the ages of 18 and 29 — are more drawn to smaller companies that offer flexibility, embrace the entrepreneurial spirit and don’t restrict social media use.
“This report confirms that Gen Y is an entrepreneurial group, highly versed in social media, and prefers freedom and flexibility over big corporate policies,” said Dan Schawbel, founder of Millennial Branding, in a statement.
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