Rivera, Miquela
September 2013
Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine;9/23/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 23, p37
The author comments on the need for educational institutions to create young and bright individuals for the future. Compared to the past, it is stated that the millennium generation is focused on more experience and are keen on owning less but having more value. The behavior of millennials to accept a job, learn from it and move on is noted. The author asserts that Latino millennials can use their traditional values and current beliefs to close the divide between generations and work attitudes.


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