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What Millennials Hate And Love Most About Their Jobs

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The Learning Factor's curator insight, October 9, 2013 8:43 PM

Since Gen Y joined the workforce, employers have been scrambling to figure out what these young workers want. Are they really the narcissistic generation obsessed with instant fame and success? Or do they just have an urgency to change the world?

Whichever it is, managers need to have some sense of what will keep their younger workers satisfied, since this generation has been projected to make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025.

To get a better idea of what millennials most despise and also really love about their jobs, we asked career site Glassfoor to comb through its database of worker commentaries.

The following is based on more than 9,650 company reviews shared by employees between the ages of 21 and 31 on Glassdoor in September:

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Future of Books (and eBooks) May Be Via Subscriptions

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The launch of eBook subscription service Oyster has set the proverbial cat among the pigeons in the publishing world.  Publishers and authors are frantically trying to work out just what on-demand ...

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rodrick rajive lal's comment, September 22, 2013 3:04 AM
I was devastated when the Reliance Times Out, a retail book outlet in Gurgaon India shut shop. A large number of book outlets have begun to shut shop in the four major cities of India. It seems as if Crossroads and Landmark will follow suit. Nothing beats the feel of paper, the scent of ink and paper, and the crackle of reading a book. I guess it is time to bid good bye to the good old book just like we did to vinyl records, and cassettes!
Robin Good's comment, September 22, 2013 3:39 AM
Rodrick: print books are here to stay for quite some time still, as there will be, like in your case, always some demand for this unique medium. Print publishers will have to reorganize and rethink their business strategy to remain profitable.
Ghouti Kerzabi's curator insight, September 24, 2013 6:19 PM

Le lancement du Livre abonnement Oyster de service a mis le chat proverbial parmi les pigeons dans le monde de l'édition. Editeurs et auteurs sont frénétiquement essayer de travailler sur tout ce que la demande ...