WASHINGTON — Work-life balance is increasingly important in today’s job market, but it’s especially crucial to millennials, Gallup reported today.
Nearly six in 10 members of this generation (57 percent) say that work-life balance and well-being in a job are “very important” to them. What’s more, millennials — whose propensity for technology has the potential to keep them constantly tethered to work emails and projects — care a lot about having a job that actively promotes their well-being.
Well-being encompasses all the ways people think about and experience their lives. Gallup and Healthways define and measure well-being in terms of five elements.
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