Nearly half (48 percent) of millennial workers view overall compensation as extremely important when seeking new job opportunities, according to recent Gallup research.

In addition, one in two millennial workers would consider switching companies for a 20 percent or less raise.

Although the majority (69 percent) feel they have enough money to buy what they need, earnings are clearly important to the 18- to 34-year-old age group.

Millennials have the highest underemployment rates, according to Gallup, along with hefty student debt levels. Find out more about what millennial workers want from employers in Gallup’s report.