Top 3 Gen Y (Millennial) Myths

Gen Y myths Boomers can’t stand (but love to share).

Generation Y and Baby Boomers constantly cross paths—and sometimes end up cross with each other. This ongoing interaction occurs because Baby Boomers are the most influential leadership group in today’s workforce as well as the parents of Gen Y!

In my work with Baby Boomers around the world, I’ve identified the top three Gen Y myths they love to share. These myths are funny, personal, and worth getting debunked.

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