The world is changing, and not always for the better. Some of the drawbacks with social media is that it can keep you from getting into college or getting a job. It could even get you fired. But now, many millennials are willing to quit a job if they don’t have access to social media at their jobs. WOW – I wasn’t raised that way. An honest days work for an honest days pay is not longer in play?
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Many millennials have never known a world without mobile devices. Now employers are forced to deal with younger workers who want to be able to text and use social media on the job. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan looks at how this group is blurring the lines between work time and personal time.
Twenty-five-year-old Jonathan Perez always has his smartphone by his side at work. He says it makes juggling his job and his personal life easier. In fact, younger workers have spent most of their life with mobile technology at their fingertips and according to a new survey from MobilIron most don’t want to stop texting or using social media at work. Sixty percent of workers 18-34 say if their boss prevented them from using a mobile device to take care of personal tasks, they would quit! [read]