Barna Survey Shows Christian Millennials Are Most Likely to Feel Called to Their Job and Will Use Their Gifts to Help Others

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