A 401(k) is the last thing on many young people’s minds.

A record number of millennials are quitting their jobs, because they don’t want to be tied down.

“It was just that work, commute, hangout with friends, and just do that on repeat,” Sarah Solomon told CBS2’s Jessica Moore.

Solomon was living a young professional’s dream until at the age of 25, she decided she was burned out. Her company’s vacation policy was cramping her millennial style.

“I didn’t want to have to wait a year before I could take five days at a time going on vacation,” she said.

So, she ditched her PR career and its six-figure salary for the life of a digital nomad, representing a few clients remotely as she travels the world, pinching pennies to make ends meet.

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