The 12th edition of Deloitte’s Gen Z and Millennial Survey took a deeper look at how the last three years have impacted these generations in the workforce. Analyzing the responses of 22,000 individuals in 44 countries, the study revealed that, while progress has been made, these generations view their work as not having met their expectations for their desired work-life balance.
New research from the Society for Human Resource Management revealed that one in three U.S. employees say their job has had a negative impact on their mental health in the last six months.
In a new study commissioned by Herbalife, which surveyed 2,000 Americans and 6,500 international participants in 9 countries, almost half of Americans (40%) reported turning to side hustles or other forms of supplemental income to help pay their bills or provide flexible income.
The way the youngest generations shop and save is changing. In a survey conducted by GoBankingRates, which looked at the banking habits of Gen Z and Millennials, only one in five young Gen Z participants reported having a checking account.
2020 and 2021 saw phenomenal growth in our industry. The somber reality of 2022 set in as direct selling will likely see a year-over-year decrease in sales. Many companies are asking how do we retake the market share gained over that 18–24-month period?
Office Depot’s second annual Women’s Small Business Survey, which polled 1,000 women small business owners, found that 70% of women enjoyed being their own boss above all, a 4% increase from last year.