According to a Bentley study, by 2025, millennials will make up as much as 75 percent of the global workforce, which means changing a more traditional means of hiring to accommodate a new, quick-learning generation.
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Bentley research is referenced in this piece about attracting and retaining the Millennial workforce.
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