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Understanding the Millennial Generation

  title={Understanding the Millennial Generation},
  author={Travis Smith and Tom Nichols},
This article reviews the literature on the Millennial generation and their effects on the workplace. This review examines a sampling of articles to define generational differences and the importance of these studies. There are clearly common beliefs and opinions, both flattering and unflattering, about the Millennial generation. As more of this generation takes control, greater research will need to be conducted to understand what can motivate and lead this new generation. The large number of… 
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