This chapter focuses on reasons why individuals leave jobs, job durations are explored. It explains that the younger generations have shorter work commitments. Young workers bring energy and vigor. The chapter illustrates that nonprofit organizations should attach career development to organizational missions. It also explores how generation can influence work mobility and reasons for job change. The chapter examines individual features and individual perceptions of work characteristics that should help inform individual job-changing behavior. The younger generations are found to be less loyal to the company, want to be promoted more quickly, and are less likely to feel that work should be an important part of their lives. The chapter describes that jobs associated with religion need to explore the organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and turnover intention among the generations. It concludes that the work ethic differs across generations, it could differ for good reasons.