Many stigmas associated with the millennial generation surround us being lazy and entitled, but new studies are showing that we may actually be at the forefront of positive changes in the software industry. When you go to places such as the DMV, you’re met with long lines and a drab atmosphere. Experts are now saying that this is due to the lack of technological integration that can be done by millennials. Millennials may not want to work the average nine to five job, but they adapt to change quickly, and they’re ready to advance at any time.
- Generally millennials are regarded as optimists, moving quickly from solutions that don’t work, but constantly believing that there is one.
- Many older companies are mired in a management structure that actually dated back to the industrial revolution.
- With the advent of new technologies and the focus on the internet, such companies are slowly realizing the need for change and the benefit that could ensue with a transfusion of millennial blood.
“They’re going to change things — in a way that’s actually good for business.”