Back in July, Air France announced plans to launch an airline that specifically targets millennials, raising the question of what, exactly, that actually means. Well today, Air France shared some new details: “Joon” will offer young folks various lifestyle innovations, like surprise destinations, “Airbnb experiences,”…
Millennials! The youths. Such a silly bunch, with their Instagram Stories about artisanal bacon. According to a recent report, they are so accustomed to monthly subscription costs, is that they look at buying a car the same way. Sounds good in theory, but not the best practice.
You know what’s no surprise at all? A nationally representative survey of 1,500 workers nationwide found that younger people—especially women—swear like sailors in the workplace.
"As we enter the 10s, the majority of top leaders at Microsoft are in their 40s and 50s." That's striking at a tech company, and Microsoft knows it—so they commissioned a study to help figure out what motivates these "millenials" (basically those aged 23-29) and how to attract and keep them.