America’s oldest Millennials are now 32 years old. As such, this generation is beginning to have an increasing impact on the workplace, marketplace, politics, and society. At the same time, the Boomers—who set the tone for the past 50 years and dominated the last 25 years—are still a potent force, controlling most of the assets and C-suite jobs. How will these generations confront and complement each other? What are the implications for Boomers and Millennials, as well as for Xers and members of the Silent Generation? How can you make the most of this evolving dynamic? We’ll provide the answers you need.
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