Millennials in the Work Force
Millennials are not much different from the other generations in the work force. A recent survey showed that as little as 29% of working Millennials are emotionally vested in their work, a low number but not far removed from that of Baby Boomers at 33%. This suggests that the problem is not in the individual but in the employer. It is easy to say that the younger workers are simply too entitled and brush it off, but if the feeling spans generations then it seems less likely. In fact, Millennials and Boomers share many of the same core values regarding work. As the workplace shifts from a majority of Boomers to Millennials what few differences there are will narrow even further, these values are less a generational outlook and more a change in priorities as one ages. For more information visit this article by Steve Mann with Enterprise Irregulars.