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  1. by Ryan Jenkins

  2. MILLENNIALS ARE… - those born in the 80s & 90s. 
 - 75% of the workforce by 2025.
 - Also know as Generation Y.

  3. MILLENNIAL STAT CATEGORIES Employees Leaders Consumers Parents

  4. MILLENNIALS AS Employees

  5. 1 74% of Millennials surveyed said confidence in their leadership was a key driver of engagement. (Culture Amp)

  6. 2 73% of Millennials expect to be able to modify and customize their work computer; 63% will go around IT to find the solutions they need. (Mobile Enterprise)

  7. 3 70% of Millennials admit to bringing their own apps—even against corporate policy—in order to work. (TrackVia)

  8. 4 87% of Millennials say they would choose to work for a video-enabled organization over a company that has not invested in video. (Cisco)

  9. 5 31% of Millennials say working with creatively-minded colleagues was important to them.

  10. 6 33% of Millennials would choose social media freedom & device flexibility over a higher salary. (Cisco)

  11. 7 On average Millennials are connected to 16 coworkers on Facebook. (Millennial Branding)

  12. 8 84% of Millennials say making a difference in the world is more important than professional recognition. (Bentley University's Center For Women & Business)

  13. 9 69% of Millennials believe office attendance is unnecessary on a regular basis. (Cisco)

  14. 10 71% of Millennials don't always obey social media policy at work. (Cisco)

  15. 11 77% of Millennials said it was important for them to attend frequent face-to-face meetings, 10% more than Gen X candidates. (MarketWatch)

  16. MILLENNIALS AS Leaders

  17. 12 15% of Millennials are already in management positions. (PayScale)

  18. 13 60% of Millennials recognize their current position as a mere stepping-stone. (Time)

  19. 14 Nearly 40% of Millennials surveyed believed that they should be promoted every 2 years. (Time)

  20. 15 92% of Millennials believe businesses should be measured by more than their profits. (Deloitte)

  21. 16 50% of bloggers are Millennials. (Neilson)

  22. 17 35% of employed Millennials have started their own business on the side to supplement their income. (Iconoculture)

  23. MILLENNIALS AS consumers

  24. 18 78% of Millennials would rather spend money on a desirable experience than buy coveted goods. (Harris/Eventbrite)

  25. 19 95% of Millennials say that friends are the most credible source of product information. (Social Chorus)

  26. 20 54% of Millennials said they would prefer to pay for purchases using their smartphone as a mobile wallet instead of credit cards. (Ypulse)

  27. 21 88% of Millennials have or would deposit a check by snapping a picture of it and 45% would want to pay bills the same way. (USA Today)

  28. MILLENNIALS AS Parents

  29. 22 40% of Millennials are already parents & in the next 10-15 years, 80% of them will be parents. (Advertising Age)

  30. 23 83% of new moms are Millennials and three-quarters of these digital natives report searching for parenting advice on their mobile devices. (Baby Center)

  31. 24 86% of Millennials are trying to or will try to avoid being a "helicopter parent." (Ypulse)

  32. 25 61% of Millennial moms are in the workforce. (Millennial Marketing)

  33. 26 50% of Millennial parents say they try to buy products that support causes or charities. (Millennial Marketing)

  34. 27 52% of Millennials say being a good parent is one of the most important things to them. (PEW Research Center)

  35. about RYAN SPEAKER/Author I equip organizations & leaders with the next generation leadership, branding, & communication skills needed to thrive in today’s multi- generational marketplace. Experience the blog & Podcast:
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