Why your next boss is probably YOUNGER than you: Millennials are going to use Gen X and take charge of Boomers companies because they are & # 39; more agile and digitally grounded & # 39;
- Millennials appear to be more optimistic and take more risks in the workforce
- Younger people are likely to get higher roles because they have specialized skills
- Young adults have higher levels of education and several degrees
Generation X workers who thought they were going to replace the departing Baby Boomers and take charge of companies are on the point of being grossly shocked.
Predictors say Millenials are likely to jump with Gen Xers and vaulted in leadership positions because they are considered better leaders who are more flexible and digital than their older colleagues.
Millennials are expected to take more risks and are more optimistic at work, which means they can get higher roles.
Millennials could get more senior roles because they are more optimistic and take risks in the workforce (file image)
Research from the Korn Ferry advisory group found that 68 percent of Australian investors thought leadership positions would be given to millennials instead of older colleagues.
Experience is considered less valuable than people with more specialized skills.
Donny Walford, founder of a networking company for businesswomen, & # 39; Behind Closed Doors & # 39 ;, said that people born between the mid-1980s to mid-90s were much more economical at work than people who were in the 60s 80 are born.
& # 39; They take more risks because they don't even think that failure has failed – if something doesn't work, they just try something else, & # 39; Walford said to the Courier mail.
& # 39; They are very optimistic & # 39 ;, she said.
Millennials also have a deeper knowledge when it comes to social media and technology.
Younger generations have multiple degrees and more specialized skills (file image)
Those aged between the early 20s and the late 30s turned out to have a higher level of education, with many having more than one university degree.
Walford said the younger generations would be good leaders because they enjoyed a team culture and were more in touch with the emotional side of business.
Millennials are more likely to evict themselves from their comfort zones and attend mentor and networking sessions.
Millennial Danielle Hanisch ended up as Novita general disability support manager in various positions.
& # 39; I made an effort to network, not just stay in my comfort zone, and I have built many relationships that came in handy for me, & # 39; said Hanisch.
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