“The job of every generation is to discover the flaws of the one that came before it. That’s part of growing up, figuring out all the ways your parents and their friends are broken.” ― Justine Larbalestier, Zombies Vs. Unicorns We’ve heard this many times, Baby Boomers who struggle adapting to new technology and Millenials
Perhaps it’s the naiveté of youth. Or perhaps they know something the rest of us don’t. Either way, a poll by McGraw-Hill Education finds that 90 percent of college students are optimistic about their chances of finding meaningful employment after graduation. This is especially noteworthy, perhaps even puzzling, given that the unemployment rate for workers
More and more Americans are working from home according to the latest research. Who are these remote employees and home-based, self-employed workers? They include millennial hipsters and semi-retired baby boomers; men and women — from stay-at-home caregivers and home-based entrepreneurs to professionals and service employees with full-time jobs that allow them to work remotely all
Though millennials are often stereotyped as lazy, selfish and entitled, new research has again shown that donating to charities and volunteering are important to today’s young professionals. Eighty-four percent of the 1,584 millennial workers surveyed made a charitable donation last year, according to the 2015 Millennial Impact Report. The findings, conducted by the consulting firm
Peer into a Starbucks at an off time and you might see a few young baristas tapping on their phones as they wait for their next customer. This scenario isn’t much different in a retail store, car dealership or call center, for that matter. Millennials and Gen-Zers are joined at the hip with their mobiles.
When targeting millennials, many nonprofits focus on the best ways to reach them in a changing media landscape with the end goal of increasing donations. But tapping the potential within this audience goes beyond just raising money. There is an opportunity for nonprofits to reach out to this generation in a way that could engage