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Important factors for U.S. women when making a decision to change employers U.S. 2016

Importance of company reputation vs. working for a greater cause when taking a new job for women in the United States in 2016, by generation

Important factors for U.S. women when making a decision to change employers U.S. 2016 This statistic shows the distribution of factors that are considered as very important by women when making a decision to take a new job in the United States in 2016, by generational cohort. In 2016, about 38 percent of Millennial women in the United States, born between 1980 and 1996, placed a high importance on the ability to work for a greater cause when deciding whether or not to take a job with a different company.
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Importance of company reputation vs. working for a greater cause when taking a new job for women in the United States in 2016, by generation

Allowing to work for a greater causeCompany/organization has a great reputation or brand
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This statistic shows the distribution of factors that are considered as very important by women when making a decision to take a new job in the United States in 2016, by generational cohort. In 2016, about 38 percent of Millennial women in the United States, born between 1980 and 1996, placed a high importance on the ability to work for a greater cause when deciding whether or not to take a job with a different company.
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