In an unprecedented time, millennials have managed to survive and thrive.
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By Deborah Sweeney
At the start of the 2010s, the internet was flooded with articles debating the role of millennials in the workplace. Arguments were made in favor of hiring millennials and giving them the chance to excel in leadership positions. Others disagreed, citing that millennials were too young for these responsibilities and were not yet ready to manage or take the lead.
The world has changed dramatically in the last 10 years. It’s no longer possible to write about millennial youth because
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