It's time for our weekly look at the jobs market. But this week we have advice for young workers who already have a job.
FOX Business Network's Cheryl Casone reports in this edition of "Hired!":
Getting you Hired! Career tips for "millennials", I'm Cheryl Casone with the FOX Business Network.
Top CEO's often complain about younger workers, so-called millennials. Most common complaints: Their career expectations are too high, they prefer emails to face-to-face communication, and the number one gripe: They're always on their phones, texting and tweeting!
So here's some advice for millennials.
Don't jump from job to job. In most careers, it looks terrible on your resume to change jobs every year. It's a real red flag.
Also, work emails are fine, but they're not enough. Millennials need to understand that business gets done in person and on the phone. If you want to date online, go ahead, but don't live your work-life online.
And millennials need to learn they have to prove themselves as valuable employees. And one of the best ways to do that: Show up for work on time. Coming in late, or leaving early, that's a clear sign you don't respect your job, your boss, or your co-workers.
For more career tips for millennials, go to casoneexchange.com.
I'm Cheryl Casone with the FOX Business Network for FOX News Radio.
Follow Cheryl on Twitter: @cherylcasone