The author has noticed that a bunch of the young folks he follows on Twitter have moved on from the credit union industry. Younger people are more mobile and tend to move around more than older people. This has been true for generations, but today's young people seem to be even more mobile. They are trying to find their own path before settling down, getting married, having kids and buying a house. Without these permanent ties to a community, young people are far more likely to leave their job to move to another part of the country. Part of the issue is generational. Baby Boomers have traditionally stuck with a single industry and with one or two companies for their entire career. Today, it's a different story as members of Generation Y (those aged 17 to 31 in 2011) are setting sail on a career that will span multiple industries and many companies.