In case you did not have the opportunity to attend this year’s NeoCon show in Chicago, do not worry….we got you covered.
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The economic conditions and technological advancements with social media have not only changed the way we do business, they have changed us as people. Our priorities. Our motivations. How we communicate. This could not be more true than for the millennial generation born between 1976 and 2006, also known as, Gen Y
With 80 million of these young adults expected to comprise more than 1/3 of the U.S. workforce by 2014 and nearly half by 2020, company leaders who choose to understand both how to attract as well as how to retain these individuals, will most likely surpass those who do not.
The INFOGRAPHIC below, produced by MBA@UNC and the Young Entrepreneurs Council, is chock full of statistics revealing the differences in past generations (those most likely making hiring decisions now) and Gen Y (those who will define the companies of the future.)