7 Reasons Why Millennials Rock as Quantitative Analysts

August 6, 2013

When it comes to the job market, millennials have a bad rap with a laundry list of stereotypes. They’re arrogant. They’re intolerant of the corporate ladder. They’re impatient, perpetually unable to focus, and want promotions to happen yesterday. They have unrealistic expectations about how they’ll change the world. They’re egotistical and difficult; they come in late to […]

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Millennial Myth 4: Millennials question everything!

July 23, 2013

In part four of our ongoing exploration into the myths and realities of Millennials in the workforce, we take a look at why Gen-Y seems to ask so many questions and what their endless curiosity really means. Myth: Millennials question everything! Millennials ask a ton of questions. In fact, they ask far too many, which […]

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Myth #3: Millennials have no sense of company loyalty

July 18, 2013

In part three of our ongoing exploration into the myths and realities of Millennials in the workforce, we explore the question of loyalty and trust between employers and their Gen-Y workers. Myth: Millennials have no sense of company loyalty. According to the myth, Millennials have a strong disdain for big business, a need to stick […]

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Myth #2: Millennials don’t respect authority

July 16, 2013

In part two of our ongoing exploration into the myths and realities of Millennials in the workforce, we debunk the perception that respect isn’t a two-way street with Generation-Y. Myth: Millennials don’t respect authority Millennials grew up in an environment where authority figures told them everything they did was amazing. Other generations believe Millennials will […]

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Myth #1: Millennials Have No Work Ethic

July 11, 2013

In part one of our ongoing exploration into the myths and realities of managing Millennials in the workforce, we explore the drive and motivation behind work ethics and the constant desire to look beyond the nine-to-five grind. Myth: Millennials have no work ethic. Millennials are often seen as being lazy and unwilling to work the necessary hours […]

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The Myths & Realities of Managing Millennials in the Workforce

July 9, 2013

If you are a business leader, here are some facts you should know: There are 82 million Millennials (those born between 1982 and 1993) in the world today, more than any other generation. By 2020, Millennials will account for half of the U.S. workforce. By 2030, they will account for 75 percent of it. One […]

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