Millennial myths: Debunking the myths and generating the truth about Gen-Y in the workplace

Like technology itself, the IT workforce is in the midst of an unprecedented revolution. With 82 million members, the Millennial generation (those born between 1980 and 2000), are entering the workforce in record numbers, replacing older, retiring workers in the process. In fact, by 2020, Millennials, also known as Gen-Y, Echo Boomers, Generation Next and a host of other names, will account for more than half of the American workforce and, by 2030, they will make up 75 percent of it.

These are the facts that you need to know in order to start preparing to build tomorrow’s viable workforce, today. However, it’s just as important to understand the facts about Millennials, as it is to debunk the myths associated with them. We can help.

In our new white paper, “Millennial myths: Debunking the myths and generating the truth about Gen-Y in the workplace,” we give you the hard facts about Millennials – their strengths, their work styles and their innate abilities – while exploring some of the most commonly held misconceptions about these young workers. We also uncover where these myths originated, why they persist, and how you can use them to your advantage when it comes to recruiting versus your competition.

The economy, the IT industry and your company stand at the precipice of a workforce revolution that will see an unprecedented influx of young, eager and tech-savvy talent. Don’t let myths cloud your vision and your judgment, and definitely don’t let them hold back your workforce. Get your free copy of this insightful new white paper and learn how to see past these myths in order to recruit, retain and inspire Millennials in your workforce.

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