Younger workers are 4 times more likely than baby boomers to expect hard job advancements such as promotions and pay raises every year, according to a new survey report by Clutch, the leading B2B ratings and reviews firm. Clutch surveyed 505 full-time employees in the U.S. to learn their opinions about and experiences with advancing at work.

For younger workers, regularly advancing at work is especially important due to:

  • The changing job market: Compared to baby boomers, millennials and many Generation X workers have built their careers through freelancing, earning certifications, and pursuing specialized work, rather than staying with a single employer for the duration of their career. Younger employees need to…