In a new survey* of 500 U.S. respondents, nearly 85 percent of the millennial workers (ages 18 to 35) surveyed said they are willing to move to a new city for a job. Moreover, 82 percent said relocating is necessary to climb the corporate ladder.
“Now we’re seeing a significant shift toward younger employees relocating, sometimes internationally, and it’s changing how companies think about talent acquisition and retention, and how employees map their lives and careers.”-Bill Graebel, president and CEO of Graebel
Many of the millennials surveyed said they would give up a lot to work in one of their dream cities. More than 80 percent of those surveyed would be willing to take a pay cut if necessary to relocate to a dream destination…
U.S. cities millennials want to relocate to most:
- New York
- Los Angeles
- San Francisco
*Survey conducted by Graebel