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Generation X, Y or Z?

Discussion of computer forensics employment and career issues.
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trewmte
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Generation X, Y or Z?

Post Posted: Nov 19, 14 12:32

A study of characteristics of Generation X, Y or Z, with a suggestion of employment traits and the prospects of the future workplace furniture to suit Generation Z.

www.knoll.com/knollnew...ffice-soon


The .pdf document is worth a read and the material in it is interesting and could be useful to know if you want to plan your employment or career path.

www.knoll.com/media/93...fter-Y.pdf


After reading this document it might pose though a question that, maybe, a Gen X or Y smart person adopts all the characteristics of Gen X, Y, Z and then waits to see if GEN X or Y does not get employed because the office furniture was only designed for Generation Z.

Just a passing thought.
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