Generation and Gender in the Workplace

genandgenderThis report explores whether expected differences between generations are indeed supported by data from the 1992, 1997 and 2002 National Study of the Changing Workforce, and the 1977 Quality of Employment Survey. Researchers found that members of the baby boomer generation are more likely to be work-centric than other generations while members of the Gen-X and Gen-Y generations are more likely to be either dual- or family-centric. The report also looks at the effects of being dual- or family-centric, people’s drive for job advancement, and how many hours people want to work.

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