Christian millennials in the U.S. are most likely to say they feel called to their work and desire to use their gifts to help others, according to a Barna Group report published May 14.
A recent survey assessed how U.S. Christians understand and view their work, asking questions focused on respondents’ sense of calling, happiness at work and motivation behind their labor.
A majority of millennials (54%) were satisfied that current employment was preparing them for future plans (compared to 44% of Gen-Xers and 35% of boomers), while 50% expressed a sense of calling to their work (compared to 39% of Gen-Xers and 37% of boomers).
Presented with the statement, “I want to use my gifts and talents for the good of others,” 67% of millennials affirmed this view, while 60% of Gen-Xers and 57% of boomers did so.
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SOURCE: Ethics Daily