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BREAKING NEWS: Millennials In The Workforce

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Jesse Lopez

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Transcript of BREAKING NEWS: Millennials In The Workforce

BREAKING NEWS:
Millennials In The Workforce!!

Which #Team are you on?
#TeamMillennials
The Battle of Stereotypes
Entitled
High-maintenance
Social media dependent
Lack of employer commitment
Lack of privacy and over sharing- "Facebook Fanatics"
Hypothesis #1
Decreased mentorship, summer work experience & work ethics training
Decreasing summer work experience
Hypothesis #2
Stagnant incomes
Higher cost of living and education
Highly competitive workforce
Larger population size
Global economy/outsourcing

#TeamAntiMillennials
Presenter
Biosketch
Source: http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2015/03/16/5-workplace-stereotypes-about-millennials-that-arent-true
Why?
The theory is that each generation shares particular life experiences that subsequently affect their values and attitudes.
Boomers, defined as persons born between 1946 and 1964, grew up in an era of relative job security; so they value dedication, diligence and organizational loyalty.
Generation X (or GenExers), defined as persons born between 1965 and 1980, grew up in an era characterized by globalized production and layoffs; they place higher value on work-life balance and family.
Millennials (sometimes referred to as “Generation Y” or “Nexters”), defined as persons born between 1981 and 2001, grew up with technology and are most comfortable with it.
Takeaway


"People are much deeper than stereotypes. That's the first place our minds go. Then you get to know them and you hear their stories, and you say, 'I'd have never guessed.'"

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Carson Kressley

The changing economic climate, higher cost of living, technological updates, and family makeup have changed the culture of the Millennial generation. Recognize these differences and be willing to compromise your own work style.



"Boomers are older and hence, occupy positions higher up the organizational hierarchy and are more committed to the organization. They also are more likely to have practical reasons to value loyalty and security, such as home mortgages, children about to enter college and impending retirement concerns."

Source: http://patimes.org/boomers-genxers-millenials-matter/
Source: College Board Advocacy and Policy Center | The Washington Post October 23, 2013
Source: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/american-teens-dont-want-to-work-2014-05-01


Current Project Coordinator at Norco College
Refer to ACE Program Material in folder
Previously served as a Program Supervisor for Los Angeles Office of Education (LACOE)
8 years experience (college and county) in workforce and career development
10 years + of public service experience
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration
Master of Public Administration, Public Governance
Second year doctoral student, completing coursework for Doctorate of Public Administration
General Differences-Appearance
Which do you model?
Presented by: Jesse C. Lopez, Jr
Which generation do you relate to?
Millennials are not the only ones with big egos.
ACE Program
Currently recruiting for February 2016 cohort.
Automated Systems Tech. & Electrician programs.
ACE programs lead to a certificate and are less than 7 months and under $5,000.
Any student who does not qualify for financial aid can utilize ETPL county training funds.
80 seats available for the Automated Systems & Electrician Programs
Preference for veterans and unemployed residents. However, the program is open to anyone willing to commit to the full-time program.
www.norcocollege.edu/ACE
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