the “great resignation” or when the quest for meaning wins over young employees

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PL Monnier, S. Lerch, B. Poulain, N. Lachaud – France 2

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The relationship to employment could be undergoing a major change among the youngest. 520,000 employees left their jobs in the first quarter of 2022. Meeting with Marion and Manon, who left their CDI to pursue their dream job.

They had a good job and a good salary, but said stop. In France, nearly half of young people would never have had so much want to quit his job. In Vendée, Marion, 26, wanted to live from her passion, music. A year ago, she was still in charge of communication on a permanent contract. She is now a singer, with self-employed status.

Manon, 24, wanted to quit her job at all costs. The former headhunter has become a personal development coach. She left her CDI just two months after signing it. Responding to objectives, and making numbers, numbers of numbers, was not what made sense to me. Coaching, accompanying people towards their well-being, towards their dreams, that’s something that really makes sense to me.“, she says. The quest for meaning wins over young employees and surprises older bosses.



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