Gallup has a very interesting analysis of what Millennials want in a job as compared to other generations. Interestingly, they are thinking long term about benefits, but not so much about staying at their place of employment. They are more …
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According to Pew Research Center, the country is about to see major changes in our workforce size as a result of aging. Demographics show that in the next twenty years the workforce growth will slow and begin to actually shrink …
Pew Research Center describes ten surprising facts about America’s workforce. For example, Gen Xers are the second largest group in the workforce. The largest today are Millenials (age 18 – 34). Boomers who led the workforce for many years are …
It’s official, Millennials have now become the largest living generation. The American Baby Boomer generation has been surpassed according to Pew Research Center in this Washington Post article. Using statistics from the Census Bureau, Pew Research Center discovered there are …