63% of full time employees are looking for a new job. Interestingly, 71% of Millennials, 66% of Gen Xers and 44% of Baby Boomers are considering migrating to a new industry, according to a new report from iCIMS just released by Hunt Scanlon. To attract the best and brightest to our industry we need to understand why they want to leave. 42% of full time employees feel they have limited opportunities for growth within their company. Company-wide succession planning with clear criteria for advancement appears to be what they are seeking. But what about value-added-benefits? 69% of full time employees are not completely satisfied with the benefits they are currently offered. Non-traditional benefits that top today’s employee wish-lists, according to the report, include student loan reimbursement, pet insurance, a paid sabbatical, child adoption benefits, and on-site massages. Alcott HR reports, value-added benefits can be the impetus for employees to become the company’s ambassadors.