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Last year, a survey by Deloitte estimated that two out of three working millennials will leave their jobs by 2020.

To attain and retain the best of the young workforce, New Jersey businesses may need to appeal to missions, as much as money, for millennials, NJ101.5 FM’s David Matthau reports.

“Whatever the mission of the organization is,” NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka told Matthau, “let that be the known in the environment because this generation gravitates to mission.”

Siekerka said millennial workers are also typically looking for different working environments than the generations that preceded them. That can come in the physical form of less private, closed-door offices and more open seating or brain-storming rooms.

“They’re looking for a more open, dynamic working environment where they can collaborate and share ideas,” Siekerka said.

Read the report here