I came across this article about millennials and the potential benefits they are capable of bringing to companies. As we know, the economic recession of 2008 has been difficult for most Americans, especially millennials, most of who have had to put their careers and goals on hold. A lack of job opportunities coupled with the fact that most available jobs are reserved for experienced workers mean millennials have been left in the dust when it comes to employment.
A recent study however could lead employers to think twice about millennials. According to a recent study, millenials tend to show more concern and interest towards their jobs than other groups.
Wanting to be successful and/or create their own business, millennials tend to work more and show a lot more passion towards their jobs in order to develop new skills and improve old ones. Such things make them lower their desire for a big salary, among others.
The EdLab has a decent amount of millennials on its staff. I would like hear your thoughts on this.