There I sat watching in horror as my older colleague slowly worked away on their laptop with the inefficient “two-finger peck” typing style. Most millennials can relate to this. Maybe it wasn’t slow typing, but instead inability to quickly navigate programs that are native to young workers. How in the world are they able to be as efficient as we are?
While broad strokes are never accurate for an entire generation, I will suggest that part of the perception problem of millennials being lazy and unwilling to pay their dues is rather related to a difference in workplace efficiency.
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