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WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Upstart Advisers, Private Stakes, Water Sports

From Dow Jones Newswires

Millennials aren’t happy with their reputations at work, according to a new survey from online learning platform Udemy. Some 86% say they feel undermined by negative stereotypes at the office, including descriptors like lazy, entitled and self-centered. Udemy surveyed 1,000 adults between the ages of 21 and 37 in May. It found that despite their reputation as job hoppers, many millennials crave job stability; 38% said they expect to only have 1-2 jobs during their careers, while 43% said they expect to have 3-5 jobs. More than 40% currently have a side gig to earn extra income and 20% think they’ll need one in the future.

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