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Millennials Choose Leisure Instead of Work

GenMe prefers to play rather than work. According to Yahoo! News, “A new survey research suggests indeed that is the case: Large generational gaps exist, particularly when it comes to work attitudes. The findings reveal young people just entering the workforce, often called GenMe or , are more likely than their elders to value leisure time over work and to place a premium on rewards such as higher salaries and status.

John Bradley Jackson
Director
Center for Entrepreneurship

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