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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, August 07, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- By 2050, Millennials will make up half of the global workforce. Millennials are the generation born between 1980 and 2000 and are extremely self-motivated, leading the way in business. It was found in a recent survey by The Executive Search Group of over 1000 job seekers, working professionals and hiring decision makers, that over three-quarters of millennials said that 'professional development opportunities are one of the most important elements of company culture, and 58% stated that they would be more satisfied with their current company if they had access to projects to keep their skill up-to-date' (source: fortune.com 04/02/17) indicating that companies aren't giving this generation a fair chance to put their skills and talents to the test.
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Hunter Bailey states that there are still too many businesses that perceive the Millennial generation to be lazy, entitled and not committed to their workplaces, always seeking something better. But the firm has found first-hand that this is not the case.
In a study of more than 5,600 American's, looking at attitudes to taking time off work, the results show that the Millennial generation is more likely than other generations to be hooked on work (43% of work martyrs are Millennials companies to just 29% of overall respondents). The study also highlighted that 24% of Millennials didn't use all of the holiday time they were entitled to, compared to 19% of Generation X and 17% of baby boomers. In conclusion, Millennials the generation that is most dedicated to their job, a big contrast to being lazy and entitled.
The Sydney based firm, Hunter Bailey, urges businesses to give millennials a chance to take charge and are promoting that Millennials are the key to business success. In the sales and marketing industry, the Millennial generation's desire to succeed plus their innovation and creativity is taking the sector to new heights; Hunter Bailey's Millennial sales contractors can steer their clients to success through greater customer acquisition, retention, higher sales and an increasing market presence better than previous generations.
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