visualized by: nowsourcing.com
Gen Y (aka Millennials or individuals born between ’77-’94) gets a lot of hate in the media these days. This infographic explores why this generation tends to struggle more with depression and have unrealistic expectations than other generations in the past.
visualized by: Non-profit Colleges Online
Likely the fist colorless infographic featured on IGM. It presents and compares the typical traits and attitude of the various generations with a special focus on Millennials’ reality. It seems that though Millennials is a generation nurtured for “more”, it finally gets “less”.
The generation with the highest joblessness and debt out of school remains optimistic, though the punches keep on coming.
visualized by: Quin Street
Young and techish. Millennials belong to the age scale from 18 to 34 and self-define as the generation that is marked by broad technology use. Discover behavioral patterns of the digital natives.
visualized by: Charfish Design
On this study you will realize the confusion happening in the job market as far recruiting of fresh workforce. Generation Y grads have expectations that don’t meet employers’ desires and intentions.
visualized by: Francesca Greffs & Lemonwood Design
Generation Y is the upcoming and dominating workforce. It has been evaluated as the most diverse generation having values,qualities and traits that employers should reckon with to get the best and the most.
visualized by: Online Schools
Moms Do the hard job! Impressive – this report shows that moms are more techy than non-moms. Look into their digital habits.
visualized by: Check Point
The gap is everywhere! Digital media and social networks are vastly used by various age groups. Which one seems to be the most aware or less savvy as far the computer security and sensitive data protection?