The familiarity of a few-second search through a search engine has translated into the daily lives of the millennial generation. Information, products, conversation: they can all materialize in often a matter of moments. Similarly, millennials tend to want the same kind of instant gratification in the workplace. Rather than the linear tradition of entering the workforce at the bottom of the totem pole and rising to the ranks over the course of a life-long career, millennials want to feel valuable and satisfied in the work place early in life. According to Huddle's McLaughlin, millennials are notorious for following their passions, making them more likely to change careers earlier and more frequently if they do not see their work as fulfilling.