Sorry, Millennials, We're Out of the Jobs You Want

Millennials want nice, steady jobs where the company takes the risk, not the worker. Unfortunately, they may be coming of age at a moment when the economy is moving toward more variable work, not less.

Another cog in the millennial money machine.

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Millennials don't want to work in sales, reports the Wall Street Journal. They think it's exploitative. They also hate the idea of variable compensation; they want a nice, steady job where the company takes the risk, not the worker.

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