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Telefónica Global
Millennial Survey:
Section 3_
The “Free Agent”
Generation
telefonica.com/millennial
2
Methodology
Region /Country Sample size MOE
US United States 1,000 ± 3.1
Western
Europe
Spain 500 ± 4.4
UK 501 ± 4.4
Ger...
Millennials will look abroad if opportunities are lacking at home
United States Western Europe Latin America
Millennials I...
4
Top benefits of working abroad vary by region, with those in the US and
Western Europe more focused on perspective and e...
78
69
61
14
18
21
8
13
17
5
Millennials are concerned about “brain drain” and worried that their
governments are not doing...
Telefonica 2014 Global Millennial Survey Section 3 - The ‘Free Agent’ Generation
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Telefonica 2014 Global Millennial Survey Section 3 - The ‘Free Agent’ Generation

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In 2013, Telefónica carried out the largest ever survey of Millennials, creating a new understanding of the beliefs and motivations of the Millennials generation. In 2014, the survey was updated exploring the opinions of 6,702 Millennials, aged 18-30 across 18 countries in three regions.

This year’s survey found that today’s 18-30 year-olds are largely satisfied with their lives and decidedly optimistic about their prospects for the future.

Millennials are an empowered generation - this section explores Millennial's opinions towards mobility.

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Telefonica 2014 Global Millennial Survey Section 3 - The ‘Free Agent’ Generation

  1. 1. Telefónica Global Millennial Survey: Section 3_ The “Free Agent” Generation telefonica.com/millennial
  2. 2. 2 Methodology Region /Country Sample size MOE US United States 1,000 ± 3.1 Western Europe Spain 500 ± 4.4 UK 501 ± 4.4 Germany 500 ± 4.4 Latin America Mexico 501 ± 4.4 Brazil 500 ± 4.4 Argentina 500 ± 4.4 Chile 500 ± 4.4 Peru 300 ± 5.7 Venezuela 250 ± 6.2 Colombia 300 ± 5.7 Ecuador 300 ± 5.7 Uruguay 300 ± 5.7 Panama 150 ± 8.0 Costa Rica 150 ± 8.0 Nicaragua 150 ± 8.0 Guatemala 150 ± 8.0 El Salvador 150 ± 8.0 TOTAL 6,702 ± 1.2 Telefónica commissioned 6,702 quantitative interviews among Millennials, aged 18-30, across 18 countries in three regions. Penn Schoen Berland conducted research from 23 June – 4 August 2014 via online survey and central recruit to online survey. Country sample sizes are weighted to gender, age, and the percent of the population in each country with access to the internet. The US Hispanic and US Non-Hispanic populations are weighted to census. Please note, questions in which answer choices are mutually exclusive and all answer choices are displayed, percentages may not add up to exactly 100% due to rounding. All of the results, unless otherwise indicated, are shown in percentages. In some instances, select answers are shown. Exact sample composition is not identical wave over wave and demographics can vary. Trend may be somewhat affected by these variations. Region Sample size MOE United States 1,000 ± 3.1 Region Sample size MO E Latin America 4,201 ± 1.5 Region Sample size MOE Western Europe 1,501 ± 2.5
  3. 3. Millennials will look abroad if opportunities are lacking at home United States Western Europe Latin America Millennials Interested in Working Abroad 66 61 81 16 *Select answers shown
  4. 4. 4 Top benefits of working abroad vary by region, with those in the US and Western Europe more focused on perspective and exposure to culture, and those in Latin America on better pay 64 63 32 53 55 33 47 42 50 Gaining perspective on the world Being exposed to different culture Finding a better-paying job United States Western Europe Latin America Top Benefits of Working Abroad *Select answers shown
  5. 5. 78 69 61 14 18 21 8 13 17 5 Millennials are concerned about “brain drain” and worried that their governments are not doing enough to develop and retain youth talent Latin America 73 Western Europe 55 United States 52 United States Western Europe Latin America Not Focused Enough Very Focused Don’t Know Concerned About “Brain Drain” Developing and Retaining Youth Talent: My country’s leaders are…. *Select answers shown

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