Yes, I do agree that the Gen Y tend to choose " achieving job satisfaction/ enjoying my work " as their key career success. According to Hay survey,
Gen Y has also grown up with the concept of work-life balance, and nearly half of those surveyed see the achievement of it as one of the top three indicators of a successful career. Technology and the emergence of social media has both helped and hindered this. A good work-life balance may mean flexible working, which has been made possible by advances in technology. But equally, technology blurs the line between work and social life, making switching off from work at weekends or on holiday difficult for 58% of participants. The effect of this on organisations’ operations can be significant – employees who cannot take significant breaks away from work, and communications regarding work, are at risk of reduced productivity and sickness resulting in absence from work.