Essay on Millennial Generation - 1386 Words.
Liz Zarka’s 2013 article entitled “Generation Me: The Millennial Generation’s Obsession with Being Unique”, from The Daily Clog, states her beliefs that Millennials are more focused on ourselves verses helping our planet. She assumes we are self-absorbed, conceded, and only care about fame and do not care about changing the way people see us.
Abstract. As a rule, management prefers hiring experienced employees who have already worked in the sphere for many years. Still, any organization also needs to work with the most junior population of millennials who have different values, experiences, and educations.
The Millennial generation consists of individuals that were born between 1981 and 1995. At the current time, they are between 18 and 32 years of age. According to the facts in the case, the Millennial generation is more than a microculture but more of a relative culture movement.
There is 75.4 million Millennials between the ages of 18 through 34 living in America. Baby Boomers between the ages of 51 through 69, make up 74.9 million of this generation in America. As of 2015, the Millennials have overtaken the title of being the largest generation in America away from the Baby Boomers by having 500000 more.
Millennials, also known as Generation Y (or simply Gen Y), are the demographic cohort following Generation X and preceding Generation Z. Researchers and popular media use the early 1980s as starting birth years and the mid-1990s to early 2000s as ending birth years, with 1981 to 1996 a widely accepted defining range for the generation.
The name Millennials describes young people who were born at a particular time. This generation, who are essentially between the ages of 18 and 34, were arguably born between the years 1982 and 2004, according to researchers Neil Howe and William Strauss (Bump).
The future participation rate projections by the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that the majority of those participating at ages 25 to 54, millennials and generation x, with 81.3 percent, and ages 65 and older with 22.6 percent, the baby boomer generation (Toossi).