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Are We Due for Another Round of Abandoned Inner Cities as the Millennials Hit 30?

Are We Due for Another Round of Abandoned Inner Cities as the Millennials Hit 30?

That’s the implication of a piece by Haya El Nasser carried by the Gannett New Service: The older they get, the less likely people are to live in cities, according to recent Census data. The peak age for urban living is 25 to 27, when 20% of that age group are nestled in urban centers. […]

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Coping with Gen Y in the Workplace

Coping with Gen Y in the Workplace

We’ve posted about this before.  The Wall Street Journal‘s Leslie Kwoh has a look at how organizations are adapting to Gen Y (aka millennials) in the workforce: A 2010 Pew Research study found that while baby boomers—generally born between 1946 and 1964—cited work ethic, respectfulness, and morals as their defining qualities, millennials chose technology, music […]

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