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Think Nixon, Jim Baker, and Jimmy Swaggart.
They thrive in a casual,
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Xers are pessimistic when it comes to their future. A survey of Generation X revealed that more
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cheap fake oakleys have a nontraditional approach to time. (Surprise, surprise!) The attitude of many Xers is “As long as I get my work done and do my fair share, what does it matter
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Family and work balance is extremely important to Xers. Many Xers grew up in two income families. And as a result, there was no one waiting at home to bring them milk and cookies. Their parents made many sacrifices, including missing out on school plays and sporting events. Xers are determined to make work serve their lives and not the other way around.
Generation Xers tend to be technologically savvy. You’re probably not surprised to learn than that Xers will prefer to hold discussions and make decisions electronically over traditional staff meetings and memos. Xers grew up with GameBoys, microwaves, and VCRs. Technology is second nature to them.Articles Connexes：