The federal government appears to be doing a better job of recruiting young employees than retaining them, according to a report that the Office of Personnel Management plans to release later today.
Most federal millennials, defined as people born after 1980, are happy with their jobs and supervisors, and would recommend their organization to others. Yet the median time they spend in the government is 3.8 years.
For the rest of the story, go to http://www.federalnewsradio.com//520/3717814/OPM-Millennial-feds-like-their-jobs-but-dont-stay-long.
Why are millennials not staying?