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    ly, the millennials grew up in an economically stable country it was only upon entering the workforce the economy recessed. As opposed to generation z who grew up with their parents living with the uncertainty of employment, foreclosure, and an overall financially conscious lifestyle that the millennials were not used to. With that said research has discovered that generation z in the workforce is very conscious of not making mistakes and doing a good job to ensure their future career.…

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    Some say that lack of parenting is the reason why this world’s generation of children are rude, disrespectful, spoiled and failures. The world is looking at our generation in fear. The lack of knowledge from the parents and how they are raising their children is causing an uproar with the Y generation. I believe that parents want their children to grow up to fast. When I say this I mean teaching your child at a young are too much. I don’t mean educationally I mean the basic street smarts or the…

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    Thinking about those born in the early nineties to now, most would think about technology, “selfies”, and social media obsessed teenagers who think that they are entitled to everything this world has to offer, that is exactly how the millennial generation is perceived. The millennial generation is “lazy, entitled, selfish and shallow,” this is the opinion of American Journalist, Joel Stein, in his blog post, “Millennials: The Me Me Me Generation.” Stein’s purpose is to not downgrade the…

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    In today’s workforce, there are four generations working side by side. These generations include the silent generation, the baby boomers, Gen X, and the millennials. Each one brings different things to the workplace such as work ethic, technology, and values. These generations are all unique in their own way. Although there are differences, there are some similarities. This research paper will be a compare of the characteristics and values of each generation. The first generation would be the…

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    No2ta millennials see life from another perspective than their parents, they differ in the way of working, communicating, playing, and even loving. The new modern tools used by millennials are a reason for why a lot of people consider them a lazy generation that is not ready to make a real change into the world. In his article “Meet the First Digital Generation. Now Get Ready To Play By Their Rules” Adler states “millennials consume so much media they can’t concentrate, torn as they are between…

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    , so that it is not something that is impossible to earn and something that is not just handed out. The millennial generation is always handed a participation award for everything they do. Therefore, the award has no meaning and no worth to it. From my personal experience I played a lot of sports growing up and I would always start in every sport or worked my hardest to get the starting spot. Although, at the end of the year I would get the same award as everyone else who showed up to play. The…

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    Generation Of Slackers

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    Within the article "A Generation of Slackers? Not So Much," the author Catherine Rampell, explains how the millennial generation is viewed by older generations and why that view is wrong. The view of millennials according to the article is very negative from older generations. Some authors claim, "They feel entitled and are coddled, disrespectful, narcissistic, and impatient" (Rampell, 2001, pg.1). I feel as if this is a gross exaggeration of the entire generation of millennials. There are…

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    In the last century, availability to goods and technology has surmounted the expectations and dreams of the early innovators. The new technology has created effortless access to information and produced enjoyable video games to consume the minds of the young and old. As a result, many people argue that copious amounts of goods and lethargic producing technology has made generations under the age of thirty the “dumbest generation” in modern history. They illuminate that the knowledge level of…

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    Generation Z's Election

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    The Youth’s Impact On The 2016 Presidential Election Grace Masback wrote, “With so many people trying to define what our generation means and stands for, its about time we offer our own perspective”, she explains how generation Z desires to express their exceptional potential. Generation Z, also known as the igeneration or post-millennials, consist of those born between the years 1995-2009. This year’s election will be the first to have a generation z’s vote. This is significant considering…

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    ABC Company, Inc., has recently recognized the growing need to hire millennials due to the gradual loss of Baby Boomers to retirement. Within the next 5 years, ABC needs to find a way to attract qualified millennials by offering benefits that suit their specific needs, which differ from those of older generations. Millennials, unlike their older co-workers, are risk-averse for their age. They prefer to receive benefits in the form of a plan that is arranged by professional financial planners,…

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