Generation X Could Be Holding The Keys To Future Companies
Do you have proven dedication to a current employer, but feel stuck? Three generations of workers have felt the pinch in the current market structures. The surveyed generations of people suggest that the biggest issues are “pay and lack of career progress” leading the charge. What generation though feels that they are not recognized in the economy? Generation Xers.
In a vibrant economy, many workers from all three of these generations found job security, promotions, and finances increased for sticking with a company through thick or thin. However, in this gloomy economy, many of the generation X workers are "antsy and edgy"
Many workers of Generation X “were starting to buy into the system” of hard work and dedication that promoted and ensured advancement through the chosen endeavor. Generation X is now jockeying age and technology factors to prove that they are still a contender. How is Generation X doing? (Or any of the generations for that matter?) The term “rock and a hard place” come to mind, since the suggested survey shows that all three of the generations are aware that it does not pay to be devoted. What does this mean for the current status quo, the markets?
Since Generation Xers are “jaded,” innovation and personal businesses have started launching. The objective is simple: the freedom to choose what hours to work, what to work on and when to launch: thus failure is not an option. The companies of tomorrow could possible start with enough generation Xers being fed up with the status quo of the markets.
This possible scenario could pull Generation X out from in between the older generation not retiring and the younger generation companies are heavily recruiting. Generation X could put their mark on a revolutionary new way of creating, developing, and launching of businesses.