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In a demographic shift, the millennial generation is expected to outnumber the baby boom generation this year. One implications of such a change is that more people from differing generations are likely to work together. This August 2013 photo shows Brad Karsh of JB Training Solutions speaking to a group of generation X'ers at a manufacturing company in Chicago. Some people generalize that baby boomers are workaholics, Gen Xers demand a work-life balance, and millennials are masters of technology and have high, high expectations. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green) ** FILE **
Photo by: M. Spencer Green
In a demographic shift, the millennial generation is expected to outnumber the baby boom generation this year. One implications of such a change is that more people from differing generations are likely to work together. This August 2013 photo shows Brad Karsh of JB Training Solutions speaking to a group of generation X'ers at a manufacturing company in Chicago. Some people generalize that baby boomers are workaholics, Gen Xers demand a work-life balance, and millennials are masters of technology and have high, high expectations. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green) ** FILE **

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