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    Generations in Work

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    Different generations tend to view work life differently in terms of dedication, expectations, interactions, and purpose of work. In a 2-3 page paper, first describe your generation, whether it is Baby Boomer, Gen X, Gen Y, or a different generation. Next, describe your view points on work in regard to dedication, expectations, interactions, and purpose of going to work. Are you similar to others in your generation? How do you work with other generations, and why do you think your work relationships are as they are with other generations?

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    Generations in Work
    My generation is the Baby Boomers! A product of the World War II ending and families starting. Baby Boomers are those who were born between 1946 -1964. In the 1950s, television was becoming more popular but wasn't seen or heard at the dinner table. Dinner was the key meal of the day. Family sat down at the table with the parents leading the conversations. They talked and asked questions, the children answered. The world was quite different than it is today.

    View Points on Work
    My view points on work with regard to dedication, expectations, interactions, and purpose of going to work are varied. A company must respect its employees; that is the first prerequisite. If there is ...

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    This 600 word solution includes a comparison of the career philosophies of the Baby Boomers and the Generation X babies. Additionally this solution provides one reference.