The only safe thing that you can say about Millennials these days is that they’re controversial. To some, Millennials are saviors who are highly educated, entrepreneurial, and tech-savvy. To others, they’re a scourge of narcissists with unrealistic expectations and an attention-deficit problem.
No matter your opinion, the Millennials are here. This generation, which is comprised of individuals born after 1979, became the largest segment of the U.S. workforce in 2014. And they’re on pace to reach 75% of the workforce by 2025.
Their incorporation into the workforce (which has coincided with the retirement of Baby Boomers) has caused two big problems.
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