The Professional Workforce and You: Where Do You Fit In?

Millennials are defined as a group of people born from 1980 to 2000, and according to Time Magazine, they are often described as, “self centered, under-achievers, and have an overwhelming sense of entitlement”.  Millennials are known for, “expecting to be able to make their own hours, caring more about how well they get along with their manager, wanting to move on from positions in a year or less, and [being] the most educated generation thus far.”


On the other hand, there are also those members in the workplace that belong to Gen X, which is anyone born from 1960 to 1980.  According to Value Options, members of Gen X are known for, “learning independently, high productivity, the first generation to have the advantage of flexible work hours, and the choice to pursue diverse fields that would still lead to a great amount of success; such as technology.”  From personal experience as a Millennial in the workplace, I believe that there are many things that Millennials and those in Gen X, could learn from one another.

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