Millennials have suffered from a negative reputation for a number of years, with employers often blasting them for their unrealistic demands and sluggish approach to work.
In 2017, the CBI revealed that business leaders are reporting that a third of companies are dissatisfied with graduates’ attitude to work and their ability to self-manage. Meanwhile, research conducted by fitness network Hussle, indicated that modern professionals work an average of 783 hours per year less than their parents did, which may suggest why employers are under the impression that this younger generation is lazy.
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