It's no secret that when it comes to the workforce, boomers, millennials, and Gen Z'ers have quite a difference of opinion in how business should be handled.
Though it's not monolithic — and I can't stress this enough; obviously not everyone in each age group will follow the same stereotypes — those between 57 and 75 years old tend to be more traditional.
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Sometimes, the traditional nature of boomers can feel...out of touch. It's something I've experienced myself. During a previous job, I was debating going back to school, and my boss told me, "College is a small cost for a large payout with a second degree."
I didn't have the heart to tell her that plenty of my friends had gone back to school and were nowhere near a better financial position. In fact, some are worse off with the second heaping of debt.
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