Preventing millennial women from quitting is easier than you think

By Christie Hunter Arscott and Lauren Noël

While conventional wisdom supports the notion that men leave jobs for higher paying roles and women leave to focus on families, our recent ICEDR global study of millennials tells a different story.

Contrary to popular perception, women around the age of thirty identified finding a higher paying job as the primary reason why they would leave their current employer.

Our findings should not come as a surprise. A 2014 study featured in

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