Critical Perspectives on Millennials
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Millennials are much discussed and debated by the public, media, and government, with many competing ideas about the age group. Including those born between the mid-1980s and early 2000s, the generation is sometimes seen as entitled and lacking in work ethic, while others feel they have proven themselves as innovative and forward thinking. Today, as millennials enter the workforce and begin shaping the future of the country, understanding how they fit into society is extremely important. In this book, arguments about millennials written by experts, researchers, politicians, and others will be laid out side by side so that students can form their own opinions not only about this critical generation, but about how society confronts change and generational differences. EdTech Shelfit Reader digital edition of Print ISBN: 9780766084858 Rosen Publishing Group, Enslow, ebook.