Millennials as 'first globals' Washington Post December 18, 2013 1:31 PM EST — Pollster and author John Zogby explains why he sees the Millennial generation as "first globals," with the world at their finger tips.
Anita Lee's insight:
As a 20-something who has travelled to and worked in more for 17 countries, I am probably more globally aware than my peers. However, it amazes me how young people can learn simply by staying at home too. My experiences travel have proven to me that being well-travelled doesn't necessarily make you a "global citizen." Being technologically literate and curious about world is what makes Millenials 'first globals.'
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