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Recent generations focus more on fame, money than giving back
The times are changing, and not necessarily for the better when it comes to giving back to society, according to 40 years of research on nine million young adults. (2012-03-15)
GenY workers want their cake and to eat it too
Managing the young generation of workers -- sometimes called GenY, GenMe, or Millennials -- is a hot topic, covered in the popular press and discussed in numerous books and seminars. (2010-03-10)
Cradle & Grave: Porter Novelli advises businesses to adapt to trends in life and death
Global shifts in births, health and deaths have profound implications for businesses and consumers. (2008-11-12)
Millennials' medspa influence
The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery has released its results from a consumer survey asking 1,000 women their opinions on medical spas. (2008-06-24)
Virginia Tech Student Affairs administrator shares research on millennial generation
The Millennial Generation -- Americans born between 1982 and the present -- are a high-achieving, intelligent, and optimistic group, but are often under prepared for the challenges of an independent lifestyle, according to Edward Spencer, associate vice president for student affairs at Virginia Tech. (2006-01-31)
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