Managing Older Employees – Hard for Everyone Involved

Posted On November 30, 2016

Here’s a news flash for you: Older employees working for younger bosses may be a recipe for a difficult workplace. Another news flash: Water is wet. The Washington Post recently cited a study by the Journal of Organizational Psychology which found that not only is working for a younger boss awkward, however, it can also […]

Categories: Workplace

Are Millennials More Entrepreneurial? One Question. Different Data. Different Answers.

Posted On November 22, 2016

It’s interesting how you can come to different conclusions about an issue simply by which set of statistics you choose to examine. Take, for instance, the issue of millennial entrepreneurship. A Fortune article in February hailed the generation as “millennipreneurs,” noting that millennials had launched about twice as many businesses as Baby Boomers at the […]

Categories: Entrepreneurship, Generation Y / Millennials, Work

4 Trends of the Millennial Home Buyer

Posted On November 10, 2016

(Today’s post courtesy of Zillow.com who offered to share some of their home buying trends research.) By Jennifer Riner Young, urban professionals have a reputation for renting in the city. While this holds true for many, you might be surprised to learn that half of the current home buying market is under 36-years-old. Millennial home […]

Categories: Generation Y / Millennials, Home Ownership

Boomer’s Influence on Politics Coming to an End? And Will the Younger Gens go the Other Way?

Posted On November 2, 2016

Millennials have made their voices heard in this year’s contentious presidential election, mostly through the vociferous support for Democratic primary candidate Bernie Sanders – a phenomenon I explored in a blog back in May. After Sanders fell in the primary to Hillary Clinton, their level of support for the Democratic nominee may play a role […]

Categories: Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y / Millennials, Voting Behavior

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