Understanding the traits that make Gen Xers tick at work.
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SANDWICHED BETWEEN BABY boomers and millennials, Generation Xers were born between 1965 and 1980 and represented 53 million workers in 2017, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. A little-known fact is that the term Generation X came from a sociological book on American class structure titled “Class” by Paul Fussell. Gen Xers make up the second-largest portion of the current workforce and are known for an entrepreneurial mindset and work hard, play hard thinking. Given the volume of employees in this category, understanding Gen X in the workplace is a topic of great importance to their managers, their co-workers or entry-level employees who work under them. Here are four common Gen X characteristics. READ MORE