Individuals, of course, are the product of a complex set of unique variables. But larger groups, affected by similar social and economic forces, tend to share similar views (called the “cohort effect”). These generations may collectively have attitudes about work and life that are noticeably different from each other.
Below is a link to a quick survey (three questions) that I hope will shed some light on this.Take My Survey!
Let me know what you think in the comments section of this post. I will share the results at a future date.