Millennials. I am a part of the crowd. We are the biggest generation in the workforce.
The U.S. government official unemployment rate has many people scratching their heads. Many economists agree that the unemployment rate is significantly higher. One economist says that the real number is 22%.
Then, you have underemployment! This rate represents the group of people that are limited to part-time jobs and full-time employees who are underpaid and overqualified.
It is unfortunate to see college graduates working entry-level jobs – the same type of jobs offered to a person with no college degree.
Some business experts have echoed that the college degree is the new high school diploma.
In an effort to empower people, I wrote the book, Reaching The Finish Line. The book has resonated with many people as it has became an international bestseller. Although, I wanted to hear from other leaders.
So, I took the opportunity to interview Robert Kiyosaki. He is the author of the international bestselling book, Rich Dad Poor Dad. He has sold over 26 million copies worldwide and written a number of other books, including his recent book, Second Chance.
Is there a bright future for millennials? Tune in to hear Robert’s opinion.
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Source: 30dB.com – Millennials
“Fair or not, millennials are often on the receiving end of broad, often unflattering generalizations resulting in a mixed grade for the group. It looks like social grades millennials mixed as well coming in at a dead even 50 / 50 sentiment. The negatives seem to be coming both from other generations pointing judgmental fingers as well as a plenty of millennial angst.” – Howard K. 30dB
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