An article on The Verge’s website suggests that millennial women are a bit muppet-like when it comes down to their motivation.
The article, which claims to be written by a researcher who researches motivation and happiness among women, claims that, while the average person doesn’t think about motivation in their everyday life, the Millennial has a tendency to spend more time looking at photos on Instagram, while not looking at any specific task.
According to the article, the millennial tends to look at things they “really want,” but they’re not looking for specific tasks, so they don’t necessarily do the actual work to achieve them.
While the study is only looking at Millennial women, the author also notes that many of the Millennials also have a tendency of getting frustrated with tasks that require “more time than they are willing to give.”
The article also notes how millennials tend to be less engaged with social media platforms, with the majority of Millennial men saying they only post on Instagram a handful of times a day.
The study also suggests that while Millennials are more likely to be involved with social platforms, they’re less likely to engage with their work.
According the study, Millennial males are less likely than Millennial females to work remotely, with less than one in four Millennial workers saying they work from home, and less than half of Millennials saying they take a vacation each year.
The Millennial study is a fascinating read, and we’d love to hear your thoughts on it in the comments below.