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What It’s Like To Work With A Millennial

Whiny brats or technological whiz kids? and Millennial Branding's Generations at Work study shows how Millennials compare to Baby Boomers and Gen Xers in the workplace.

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Meanwhile, you are a teensy bit stressed out about whether or not you’ll ever actually be able to retire. / Via

Baby Boomers are most likely to list a defined benefit retirement plan as an employment perk.

They complain about their roommates, but refer to them as “Mom” and “Dad.” / Via

28 percent of Millennials have had to move home due to financial hardship after starting their careers compared to 11 percent of Gen Xers and 5 percent of Baby Boomers.

When you complain about traffic, they remind you that they bike to work because it's greener. / Via

More Millennials take public transportation or bike or walk to work than older generations.


But you suspect that they just can’t afford a car in the first place. / Via

Millennials earn a median income of $40,700, while Gen Xers earn a median income of $55,100 and Baby Boomers report earning $56,400 annually.

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