Millennials of New York

Collection of quotes by Generation Y (Millennials) interviewed in New York City.

Millennials of New York

Collection of quotes by Generation Y (Millennials) interviewed in New York City.

Generation Z and the labor market in New York City Impact of their demands and digital affinity on the work environment

It will define development of NYC’s economy based on Gen Z’s digital affinity on the work environment, developments in regards to the work flexibility, and developments that appear due to the Zers’ entrepreneurial spirit.

Generation Z and the labor market in New York City  Impact of their demands and digital affinity on the work environment

Master's Thesis from the year 2020 in the subject Leadership and Human Resource Management - Generation Y, Generation Z, grade: 4.0, , language: English, abstract: The main objective of this study is to examine whether Gen Z’s demands will impact the labor market in NYC. Further, if it does, how will Generation Z impact the way this economy functions. The study also examines which industries and how they would be affected. The study examines how Gen Z’s demands impact the future of NYC’s labor market. It will define development of NYC’s economy based on Gen Z’s digital affinity on the work environment, developments in regards to the work flexibility, and developments that appear due to the Zers’ entrepreneurial spirit. The trends will subsequently affect New York City’s work environment of today, the structure of the industrial cluster, and the structure, which is shaped by industry giants, of how we operate today. Generation Z is entering New York City’s workforce and is about to substitute the Baby Boomer Generation. New York City’s labor market is not prepared for this change. It is the first generation that has grown up with the constant presence of the internet and the rise of social media, which makes it unique in comparison to other generations in the workforce. This study will identify the impact of Generation Z’s work expectations on New York City’s economy by conducting mixed methods with in-depth interviews with Zers that live in New York City. It focuses on the areas of digital affinity, work flexibility, and the entrepreneurial spirit. It is expected that New York City will faces enormous and not, in the short-term, solvable challenges.

Kids These Days

In Kids These Days, early Wall Street occupier Malcolm Harris gets real about why the Millennial generation has been wrongly stereotyped, and dares us to confront and take charge of the consequences now that we are grown up.

Kids These Days

In Kids These Days, early Wall Street occupier Malcolm Harris gets real about why the Millennial generation has been wrongly stereotyped, and dares us to confront and take charge of the consequences now that we are grown up. Millennials have been stereotyped as lazy, entitled, narcissistic, and immature. We've gotten so used to sloppy generational analysis filled with dumb clichés about young people that we've lost sight of what really unites Millennials. Namely: We are the most educated and hardworking generation in American history. We poured historic and insane amounts of time and money into preparing ourselves for the 21st-century labor market. We have been taught to consider working for free (homework, internships) a privilege for our own benefit. We are poorer, more medicated, and more precariously employed than our parents, grandparents, even our great grandparents, with less of a social safety net to boot. Kids These Days is about why. In brilliant, crackling prose, early Wall Street occupier Malcolm Harris gets mercilessly real about our maligned birth cohort. Examining trends like runaway student debt, the rise of the intern, mass incarceration, social media, and more, Harris gives us a portrait of what it means to be young in America today that will wake you up and piss you off. Millennials were the first generation raised explicitly as investments, Harris argues, and in Kids These Days he dares us to confront and take charge of the consequences now that we are grown up.

Remedy Network

J. Caleb began Remedy Network Inc. after hearing the devastating news of Kalief Browder's suicide that occurred in the summer of 2015. Caleb left his corporate job at 23 years old and moved to New York City to begin Remedy.

Remedy Network

REMEDY NETWORK is a practical guide for millennials who desire the courage to start an initiative of change and share their story. J. Caleb began Remedy Network Inc. after hearing the devastating news of Kalief Browder's suicide that occurred in the summer of 2015. Caleb left his corporate job at 23 years old and moved to New York City to begin Remedy. His vision is to see properly resourced millennials who are equipped to reach their personal and professional goals, well-rounded in their mental health and educated in all spheres of societal influence.

Broke Millennial Takes On Investing

In this second book in the Broke Millennial series, Erin Lowry answers those questions and delivers all of the investment basics in one easy-to-digest package.

Broke Millennial Takes On Investing

A guide to investing basics by the author of Broke Millennial, for anyone who feels like they aren't ready (or rich enough) to get into the market Millennials want to learn how to start investing. The problem is that most have no idea where to begin. There's a significant lack of information out there catering to the concerns of new millennial investors, such as: * Should I invest while paying down student loans? * How do I invest in a socially responsible way? * What about robo-advisors and apps--are any of them any good? * Where can I look online for investment advice? In this second book in the Broke Millennial series, Erin Lowry answers those questions and delivers all of the investment basics in one easy-to-digest package. Tackling topics ranging from common terminology to how to handle your anxiety to retirement savings and even how to actually buy and sell a stock, this hands-on guide will help any investment newbie become a confident player in the market on their way to building wealth.

When Millennials Rule

But where are millennials leading America? How will this generation shape our nation’s future? These are questions everyone is asking – in newspapers, in books, on television and on Twitter. And they’re baffled.

When Millennials Rule

When Millennials Rule offers an optimistic story about how the generation that grew up through 9/11 and the Great Recession will rise above these setbacks to unify around common-sense solutions and take back America’s future. China has swallowed our jobs. Social security is going bankrupt. Radical Islamic terrorists threaten our safety. Our planet is on the brink of environmental disaster. Meanwhile, politicians pound their chests in ideological wars that enrich lobbyists and special interest groups at the expense of the American voter. If America today is at a crossroads, it is the millennial generation – long ridiculed as selfish egotists and narcissistic Twitter drones – that will face the momentous task of restoring the promise of a better future. But where are millennials leading America? How will this generation shape our nation’s future? These are questions everyone is asking – in newspapers, in books, on television and on Twitter. And they’re baffled. The Nation called it “Millennial Madness” and The Atlantic complained that millennial political views “don’t make any sense.” Five years ago, David and Jack Cahn – identical twins, competitive debaters, and New York magazine’s “Twin Titans” – set out to answer these questions and uncover their generation’s political identity. Traveling across the country, from Kentucky to Illinois to California, they talked with more than 10,000 young Americans about everything from campaign finance reform to nuclear proliferation, Beyoncé and Taylor Swift. When Millennials Rule is the story of their journey. They start in New Haven, Conn., just months after the Newtown shooting, and end in Philadelphia, where the 2016 Democratic National Convention is set to launch one of the most contentious elections in modern history. Combining thorough reporting with the compelling stories of their peers, the brothers craft an authentic, first-person portrait of what millennials stand for and why.

Not Everyone Gets A Trophy

This book helps us accomplish this more effectively with Millennials." —THOMAS A. CAPPELLO, medical center director, North Florida/South Georgia VA Health System, 2007–2012 The first edition of Not Everyone Gets A Trophy proved to be ...

Not Everyone Gets A Trophy

"Based on more than a decade of research, Not Everyone Gets a Trophy reframes Millennials at a time when many employers are struggling to engage, develop, and retain them. Not Everyone Gets a Trophy, Revised and Updated provides proven, step-by-step best practices for getting Millennials onboard and up-to-speed--giving them the context they lack, teaching them how to manage themselves and how to be managed, and turning the very best into new leaders. This book is the essential guide for winning the talent wars and managing Millennials. This new revised and updated edition includes: - New focus on all millennials, which include Generations X, Y, and Z - New preface about the incredible generational shift under way in the workforce now and the critical nature of this issue now - Updated case studies and examples - New research on first-wave and second-wave of the Millennials"--

Cultural Perspectives on Millennials

New York: Viking Press. Lee, Don. 2016. Millennials Aren't Big Spenders or Risk Takers, and That's Going to Reshape the Economy.

Cultural Perspectives on Millennials

This book provides a cultural studies analysis of Millennials and their impact on American culture and society. Beginning with an introduction that touches upon which part of the population is described as Millennial, the book also explores the Millennial psyche, marketing to Millennials, Millennials’ purchasing preferences, gender and sexuality among Millennials, and Millennials and their relation to postmodernism, among other things. Cultural Perspectives on Millennials is designed for students taking courses in cultural studies, sociology, American studies and related fields. It is written in an accessible style and makes use of numerous quotations from writers and thinkers who have written about Millennials. It is illustrated by the author.

Millennials in Architecture

Paul Taylor, The Next America: Boomers, Millennials, and the Looming Generational Showdown (New York: Public Affairs, 2014), 18–20, 227. 13.

Millennials in Architecture

Much has been written about Millennials, but until now their growing presence in the field of architecture has not been examined in-depth. In an era of significant challenges stemming from explosive population growth, climate change, and the density of cities, Millennials in Architecture embraces the digitally savvy disruptors who are joining the field at a crucial time, as it grapples with the best ways to respond to a changing physical world. Taking a clear-eyed look at the new generation in the context of the design professions, Darius Sollohub begins by situating Millennials in a line of generations stretching back to early Modernism, exploring how each generation negotiates the ones before and after. He then considers the present moment, closely evaluating the significance of Millennial behaviors and characteristics (from civic-mindedness to collaboration, and time management in a 24/7 culture), all underpinned by fluency in the digital world. The book concludes with an assessment of the profound changes and opportunities that Millennial disruption will bring to education, licensure, and firm management. Encouraging new alliances, Millennials in Architecture is an essential resource for the architectural community and its stakeholders.

Examining Millennials Reshaping Organizational Cultures

The Millennials: A new generation of employees, a new set of engagement policies. Ivey Business Journal: Improving the ... New York: Harper Collins.

Examining Millennials Reshaping Organizational Cultures

This book provides valuable insights into the millennial generation and its impact in the workplace. The authors share experiences and suggestions in successfully working and communicating with millennials in a variety of settings, and readers will gain an understanding of the ways in which millennials are reshaping organizational cultures.

Leading Millennial Faculty

Pedagogy of the oppressed. New York, NY: Continuum. Fry, R. (2015 May 11). Millennials surpass gen xers as the largest generation in the U.S. labor force.

Leading Millennial Faculty

This book explores how to effectively lead millennial faculty as they navigate the new professoriate. Contributors address some stereotypical millennial characteristics—being achievement oriented, connected to the world, relatively sheltered, and unaware of hierarchy—and how they create advantages and challenges in the higher education workplace.

Media Millennials and Politics

“November 14, 2012,” The Rachel Maddow Show, MSNBC (New York: MSNBC, November 14, 2012). “November 15, 2012,” Hardball with Chris Matthews, ...

Media  Millennials  and Politics

Media, Millennials, and Politics scrutinizes the media’s narration and coverage of political participation of the millennial generation in the 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2014 elections and identifies the primarily negative discourses that have shaped the relationship between millennials, politics, and journalistic media.

Gen Z Work

Ahead of the curve, Gen Z @ Work is the first comprehensive, serious look at what the next generation of workers looks like, and what that means for the rest of us.

Gen Z Work

A generations expert and author of When Generations Collide and The M-Factor teams up with his seventeen-year-old son to introduce the next influential demographic group to join the workforce—Generation Z—in this essential study, the first on the subject. They were born between between 1995 and 2012. At 72.8 million strong, Gen Z is about to make its presence known in the workplace in a major way—and employers need to understand the differences that set them apart. They’re radically different than the Millennials, and yet no one seems to be talking about them—until now. This generation has an entirely unique perspective on careers and how to succeed in the workforce. Based on the first national studies of Gen Z’s workplace attitudes; interviews with hundreds of CEOs, celebrities, and thought leaders on generational issues; cutting-edge case studies; and insights from Gen Zers themselves, Gen Z @ Work offers the knowledge today’s leaders need to get ahead of the next gaps in the workplace and how best to recruit, retain, motivate, and manage Gen Zers. Ahead of the curve, Gen Z @ Work is the first comprehensive, serious look at what the next generation of workers looks like, and what that means for the rest of us.

Millennials and Media Ecology

New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin, 2008. Berger, Arthur Asa. Cultural Perspectives on Millennials. San Francisco: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. Brier, Robert.

Millennials and Media Ecology

Millennials and Media Ecology explores issues pertaining to millennials and digital media ecology and studies the cultural, pedagogical, and political environments such heterogeneous generation populates. The book questions whether millennials are properly understood as a heterogeneous group, particularly by the institutions and agencies that target them, and whether they are demonstrating the ability to set out a path for themselves and take charge of their own life and future. A diverse team of expert authors review past and current studies with critical assessment of arguments and propositions, and document actual experiences of members of the millennial generation through detailed studies. Engaging with topical subject matter and current research on millennials, the chapters: Question the misunderstanding that digital tools and Internet technologies are making the younger generation ‘dumber’ and ‘disengaging’ them from the real world Underscore the legal and economic insights into the commodification of the younger generation as consumers rather than learners Examine the historical trajectory of media technology, and whether new practices are having an empowering effect or one of enslavement to an increasingly irreversible technological and socio-political regime Shed light on issues of critical pedagogy emerging from digital environments in relation to one’s mental abilities and degrees of wisdom Discuss the cultural and political implications of millennials’ new media trends, the changing relationship between millennials and legacy media, which rely on the younger generation for survival;Offer new insights into the significance of current media trends in relation to issue of credibility and identity. This is an essential book for scholars in the fields of Media and Communications and Popular Culture, and will be vital reading for postgraduate students and specialists in related fields.

Critical Perspectives on Millennials

The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials Are Leading America (And How Republicans Can Keep Up). New York, NY: HarperCollins, 2015. Bryson, Sam B. In Defense of ...

Critical Perspectives on Millennials

Millennials are much discussed and debated by the public, media, and government, with many competing ideas about the age group. Including those born between the mid-1980s and early 2000s, the generation is sometimes seen as entitled and lacking in work ethic, while others feel they have proven themselves as innovative and forward thinking. Today, as millennials enter the workforce and begin shaping the future of the country, understanding how they fit into society is extremely important. In this book, arguments about millennials written by experts, researchers, politicians, and others will be laid out side by side so that students can form their own opinions not only about this critical generation, but about how society confronts change and generational differences.

Harnessing the Potential of Digital Post Millennials in the Future Workplace

New York: Sage. McCrone, A. (2017). Global trends in renewable energy investment. Frankfurt: Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. Mullins, J. (2009).

Harnessing the Potential of Digital Post Millennials in the Future Workplace

This book offers strategic leaders with essential information for their most important role: the change management function of positioning the organization for success into the future. To do so, leaders need to sort through a myriad of forecasts, predictions and weak indicators of change to make timely decisions. This volume addresses the most critical factor for future success: people and, specifically, harnessing the potential the current youth cohort will bring when they join the full-time workforce. Drawing on multi-disciplinary analyses by 37 researchers, the book presents an integrative assessment of the characteristics that those in the current youth cohort are likely to bring to the workplace. The focus is on those born after 2005 with an examination of the implications of this cohort being raised from birth immersed in an increasingly omnipresent digital environment which extends far beyond social media. The authors see the coming ‘digital tsunami’ as creating disruptive effects across major elements of our economy and even society however optimistically conclude that the digital environment and the development of 21st Century skills in schools will equip the next generation with essential competencies, attitudes, social skills and work goals. The key to harnessing the potential of this generation will be to modify current human resources and workplace practices which will mean sweeping away much of the ‘boomer’ legacy that this cohort has imprinted on organizations. To assist leaders, the book goes beyond presenting a rich portrait of who these youth may become by providing practical recommendations for the changes that need to start now in order to position the organization to benefit from what they will bring. As the astute strategic leader knows: objects in the future can be closer than they appear.

Mediated Millennials

Retrieved from http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2018/03/01/millennials-overtake-baby-boomers/ Gibson, W. (1984). Neuromancer. New York, NY: Ace Books.

Mediated Millennials

Sponsored by the Communication, Information Technologies, and Media Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association (CITAMS), Millennials and Media brings together case studies from across the globe to provide a timely examination of Generation Y's media practices.

The Millennials on Film and Television

NYC, Not So Much. ... New York: Wallflower, 2011. ... “The New Greatest Generation: Why Millennials Will Save Us All.” Time 20 May 2013: 26–32, 34.

The Millennials on Film and Television

The millennials, who constitute the largest generation in America’s history, may resist a simple definition; nevertheless, they do share a number of common traits and also an ever increasing presence on film and television. This collection of new essays first situates the millennials within their historical context and then proceeds to an examination of specific characteristics—as addressed in the television and film narratives created about them, including their relationship to work, technology, family, religion, romance and history. Drawing on a multiplicity of theoretical frameworks, the essays show how these cultural products work at a number of levels, and through a variety of means, to shape our understanding of the millennials.

New York City s Millennials in Recession and Recovery

"This report examines how entering adulthood during and after the 2007-2009 Great Recession impacted the earnings and life choices of millennials in New York City"--Page 1.

New York City s Millennials in Recession and Recovery

"This report examines how entering adulthood during and after the 2007-2009 Great Recession impacted the earnings and life choices of millennials in New York City"--Page 1.

Millennials and the Workplace

New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company. ———. (1994). On becoming a leader. New York: Perseus Books. Csikzentmihalyi, M. (1990). Flow: The psychology of optimal ...

Millennials and the Workplace

Millennials and the Workplace explores the rapidly changing workplace environment and its meaning in the new millennium. It takes a look at the young generation-the Millennials-who do not accept the 'status quo', who have moved from obedience to questioning, and who assess work in terms of its significance in human life and human nature. The book studies the Millennials and profiles them according to their demographic and psychographic background along with personality factors such as work locus of control, personal values and achievement motivation, and so on. The authors highlight the gap between what the Millennials expect and what they get at the workplace. The contours of the new workplace-creating alignment between the individual's expectations and the organization's offering-have been sketched in detail for retaining talent. With these insights, the book will be immensely useful to all corporate professionals, academia, and students.