Which drivers are more likely to quit: Millennials or Gen X?

Author: Aaron Huff

Stay Metrics: Analyzing Age and Driver Turnover

The study shows driver turnover peaks between age 26 and 30 years (69 percent) and decreases by two to three percent in successive age groups in 5-year increments.

Are younger drivers, especially “Millennials” born in the 1980s, more likely to change jobs early on than middle-age drivers?

The answer, according to new research by Stay Metrics, may not fit with pre-conceived notions.

Stay Metrics is a provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training, and retention solutions for the transportation industry. Its new study comes as motor carriers are looking for ways to ease the driver shortage, estimated by the American Trucking Associations to be 50,000 with the potential of reaching 174,000 over the next decade.

In March 2018, a bill supported by the ATA was introduced in Congress to help bring younger CDL drivers into the industry. The D

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