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Survey Shows this Generation Cares Most about Making an Impact on the Business and are the Most Engaged in the Workforce.
An executive survey released today reveals the heads down, get-the-job-done attitudes and priorities of Gen X employees (born 1965-1980).
When asked which generation is the most engaged in the workforce, more than half of respondents (52 percent) said Generation X. Baby Boomers and Millennials were tied at just under 25 percent.
While members of each generation are critical to the workforce and their diversity of thought brings new ideas and insights to companies, organizational leaders would benefit by harnessing and rewarding the hard-work habits of Gen Xers.
The survey found that the largest number of respondents (39 percent) say that the “ability to make a difference in their organzsation” is most important to Gen Xers in the workplace. That’s nearly double the percentage that cite “job stability” or “development opportunities.”
Nearly 50 percent of respondents said that “the ability to make an impact on the …Read More
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