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One common trait among people across generations? Salary dissatisfaction

Over half of all the employees feel dissatisfied with their salary and this discontent is common in the workforce across generations, finds a new survey.

sex and relationships Updated: Sep 15, 2016 20:25 IST
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Though salary may not be the only thing a job-seeker values while making a career choice, it is certainly a critical driver.
Though salary may not be the only thing a job-seeker values while making a career choice, it is certainly a critical driver.(Shutterstock)

Over half of all the employees feel dissatisfied with their salary and this discontent is common in the workforce across generations, finds a new survey.

A study by TimesJobs reveals that 55% Gen Y (those born during the 1980s and early 1990s) and 53% Gen Z (those typically born after 1995 or 1996) employees were disappointed with their first drawn salaries.

“This disappointment with salaries is due to many factors — the lack of a proper benchmark tool is one of the reasons which is not readily acknowledged,” Vikas Deep Verma, Head of Product & Marketing, TimesJobs said.

Though salary may not be the only thing a job-seeker values while making a career choice, it is certainly a critical driver.

Around 45% Gen Y and 58% Gen Z stuck to their first jobs for 2-3 years and when they left they opted out for better package.

This study was conducted with inputs from over 1,000 working professionals across India.

The study based on the first job journey of Gen Z and Gen Y workforce also reveals that Gen Z are quicker start in getting their first jobs in comparison to Gen Y.

Nearly 46% Gen Y workers applied to 5-10 jobs before finally getting hired and 52% Gen Z workers applied to 10-15 jobs before ultimately accepting a job offer.

Another interesting insight is that Gen Z professionals are more aware of their market worth as 58% of them were able to negotiate their salaries before accepting the final job offer. This is a steep increase when compared to 40% of Gen Y’ers who were able to do the same, the study said.

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