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Millennials Can Do More By Working Less

Millennials Can Do More By Working Less

Millennials are often thought to be a lazy generation. Yet, workplace data shows millennials tend to be workaholics. A recent survey from Project:TimeOff says 43% of millennials identify themselves as "work martyrs," compared to 29% of all who responded. Despite the millennial tendency to obsess over work, there’s a growing trend by companies to reduce the number of required work hours. 

Article source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/wesgay/2016/10/20/this-silicon-valley-executive-says-millennials-can-do-more-by-working-less/#5de0be243939

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5 Ways Millennials Can Use Social Media to Advance Their Careers

5 Ways Millennials Can Use Social Media to Advance Their Careers

Millennials are constantly criticized for their "obsession" with social media, which are often considered distractions. Here's how to turn them into tools for success and advance your career.

Article source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kaytiezimmerman/2016/09/28/5-ways-millennials-can-use-social-media-to-advance-their-careers/#23b868114471

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