It’s an interesting observation, but I am part of many millennials in the 20s age group, and I am noticing a common trend when I talk to my peers and friends.

Most are not happy in their current job, even if it’s at fancy big tech companies that pay well.

But it’s an endless cycle when they leave a job, spend a few months at it, and then look to leave again. After all of this, I realize our age group is looking for one thing: something fulfilling.

The ones who are happy in their jobs feel like they’re doing something with their lives and actually achieving something. I feel like as you get older, this changes, but I’ve found this the case for now.

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