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In other Psychology Today articles, the notion that people quit their bosses instead of the work was shown. From my work experience and own introspection, I completely agree.
And I think millennials have entered the work force under bad management. The trailing end of the boomer generation was stuck in a hyper-competitive and knowledge-based environment. These people are mid-level management. What I have seen is a reluctance to share information or take the time to train a young employee.
What I see is the millennials doing everything in their power to avoid bad employers.
I am 29, earned a degree in mechanical engineering, and recently started my own pottery studio. I am an anomaly.
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