Why can’t young people stay in a job?

The China Post
Date: February 26, 2017
By: Kuan-lin Liu

Vin sometimes eats dogfood for money — but that’s not the only way he differs from

Many grads take jobs involving errand-like tasks, leaving them unsatisfied and continually wanting to change jobs. (Vivi Wong (翁維薇), 104 Job Bank)

your average millennial.

Dogfood tester is one of three part-time gigs the 25-year-old does to get by, the others being mixologist and caretaker for poisonous pets.

Since graduating from college, he has never had a full-time job. Nor, he says, has he ever felt like he needed one.

“The money from part-time jobs has been enough. I will eventually get a full-time job that offers more stability,” he says. “When the timing is right.”

In the meantime, he’s using his smorgasbord of occupations “to make certain what I am passionate about.”    [FULL  STORY]

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