Young people of earlier generations also switched jobs more often than older workers; hot economy makes it harder to keep top talent
June 11, 2018
By Lori Sharn
Millennials are used to hearing disparaging comments about their generation. Understandably, they don’t like it.
“It’s often really frustrating to hear these generalizations about millennials wanting the corner office immediately, being addicted to technology, and unreliable and all of these,” said Katy Devlin, 35. She is editor-in-chief of Glass Magazine at the National Glass Association. “My staff is completely millennial, and none of that squares with our experience.”