The Millennial Office and the Potential for Professional Conduct Issues

April 1, The Writ, “Millennial Minute”

Millennials are those who were born between 1981-1996.  According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in two years the U.S. workforce will be comprised of approximately 50 percent of Millennials.  By 2030, Millennials in America will make up roughly 75 percent of the workforce.  Millennials grew up during the internet explosion.  As first-generation, digital natives, Millennials feel at home when utilizing the internet, computers, phones, tablets, or basically anything with a screen. Technology, particularly smart phones, has drastically molded the way Millennials communicate and interact with the world around them.  Although the iPhone did not launch until 2007, Millennials quickly adapted to the constant connectivity and demands of social media.  To read entire article click here.

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