As more and more Millennials reject a religious label, we are curious as to whether those who have faith are somehow different, not only in their spiritual lives but in their work lives as well. This study analyzes the supposedly declining work ethic of Millennials and aims to determine if Christian Millennials differ from their peers. We found a significant difference in the work values and work ethic scores between Christians and non-Christians. These results seem to support the idea that religion has a noticeable influence on individual work ethic.
Lean, Emily R.
"Work-Life Expectations of Christian Millennials,"
Journal of Religion and Business Ethics: Vol. 4
, Article 4.
Available at: http://via.library.depaul.edu/jrbe/vol4/iss1/4