Economy

August 16, 2010 7:08 AM

Recession has Generation Y singing a new workplace tune

Stunned by a barrage of pink slips instead of promotions, Generation Y — people between ages 18 and 30 — has swallowed a piece of humble pie. Those who still have jobs are adopting new workplace attitudes and making themselves more valuable. They still want a chance at career development but they are no longer demanding that it happen on the fast track.

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