29 Facts That Might Make You See Millennials Differently by Jeff Desjardins, Visual Capitalist
Millennials continue to puzzle the general population.
Many Boomers are still trying to pinpoint how millennials approach life. They are trying to understand how to impress millennial colleagues, how to sell to them, or how to retain them as employees. Boomers want to know what it was like to grow up with today’s technology, and how that impacts one’s outlook.
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Even millennials are still perplexed by their own generation, including themselves. Just because there is a lot being written about Gen Y in the media does not mean that anyone really understands anything. In fact, many millennials are truly unique, and can’t really be meaningfully categorized in any black or white box.
The reality is that millennials were not shaped by just three TV channels – their culture stems from access to millions of different websites and Youtube channels, unfiltered points of view, a wealth of diversity, and recent world events.
And while we don’t want to put millennials in a box, we do like to focus on data. Take away your own conclusions from the following infographic.
29 Facts That Might Make You See Millennials Differently
Today’s infographic is from Gordon Tredgold, and it looks at 29 facts that may help you see millennials differently – particularly in the workplace.