Boston Business Journal highlights new Bentley research that provides a clearer picture of who the typical millennial is at work.
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TOPIC: Future of Higher Ed
Despite their love of mobile devices, millennials would much prefer talking with a colleague in person over texting or emailing, according to a new Bentley University survey of millennials’ attitude toward work.
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The Millennial Preparedness Survey questioned 3,000 respondents across nine audiences and examined skills, traits, use of technology, workplace attitudes and expectations, along with opinions of executives about millennials and vice versa, and muc