As Baby Boomers fade out of the workplace into retirement, we’re seeing new developments changing the dynamics of the modern workplace. And while Generation X’ers assume more leadership roles, it’s the emergence of Generation Y’ers (Millennials) yes, the often misunderstood techno-raised bunch that are making the most impact.
Let’s take a quick look of the modern workforce generations here in the information age:
· Baby Boomers: Those born between 1945 and 1964. They entered the world in a time of relative hardship, but thanks to education, government subsidies, rising property prices and technological advancements they have emerged as a successful and affluent generation. Many baby boomers are now settling into retirement, with many more luxuries and comforts in their golden years than experienced by generations before them.
o Famous Boomers: Steve Jobs, Bill Clinton, Elton John, Donald Trump, George W. Bush.
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