"Generation X has seen it all. They have grown up with the digital age, and now they run the C-suite. When serving generation X clients, keep in mind that you'll have to overcome their inherent skepticism."

Some of this article is instructive, and is not insulting to GenXers, such as this: "Gen X workers are motivated by incentives tied to individual results. They prefer the best office technology over the corner office. They work hard, play hard, and crave work/life balance that includes a flexible schedule."…/managing-different-g…

With five generations in today's workforce, it can be challenging to manage them fairly and effectively. To address their work/life, compensation, and total employee rewards expectations, you must ...
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As the Baby Boomers continue to retire, they can be confident that their positions can be handed off to experienced, mature #GenX managers. #GenXJobBank

What qualities are you seeking in an upper-level management position? Adaptable, great communicator, tech-savvy, great with Millennials and Boomers alike? Then hire a #GenX manager!

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If you think it's "over" for you in the business world when you're in your 40s, social media guru Gary Vaynerchuk has something to say about that!

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Tag everyone you know over 40!

Q: When did #GenerationX end: 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, or some other date?
A: WE NEVER ENDED! We still exist, and are ready to keep working and adding value to the bottom line in YOUR company or organization! #GenXJobBank

Older #GenerationX employees have so much left to do, and businesses are waking up to the experience, qualities and skills we have to offer them! #GenXJobBank

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When employers assess #GenerationX, they see a generation of individuals who are experienced, like Boomers, and who also share many traits with Millennials, such as an openness to technology and innovation. #GenX is a great bridge between these generations!

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#GenX workers want to seek out a work/life balance that allows them to live to work, not work to live. That said, they'll go the extra mile to make things right at work. #GenXJobBank

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A hilarious take on who is in a "generation," right down to the strange guesswork relating to dating each group and some new (and a few imaginary!) "in-between" generational sub-groups.

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I'm whatever generation it is when you can never die because of a sacrifice made to the olden gods.

It pays to be imaginative and unorthodox in hiring! Back in the 60s, 38 was "old." Today, someone in their late 40s and early 50s would face the same discrimination. Employers, give #GenX a chance!

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Oleg Vishnepolsky, Chief Technology Officer For UK's Daily Mail Newspaper: "I hired a person over 50. Should not be a big deal, but it was. You can't imagine the resistance I had to overcome."…/urn:li:activity:6333377511401021…

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Learning how each generation tends to communicate is critical in the workplace. #GenerationX knows this better than other generations, and can help bridge the gap. #GenXJobBank

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We’re experienced, like Boomers and we're adaptable to tech, like Millennials. We’re #GenerationX - and now we’re ready for our next career challenges! #GenXJobBank

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#GenX workers know the value of hard work, and aren't afraid to put in the extra effort if they're appreciated by their employers. Hire one and find out!

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Reality Bites: #GenerationX continues to struggle with debt while Millennials and Baby Boomers are making positive strides, according to a new report.

Millennials and Generation Z are managing their debt well but Generation X is struggling more, a new report shows