I’m a millennial working as a Business Development Executive offering self-development Certification training where my job is to convince a people to invest for his own growth, to comply for his training requirements and be certified.
As of 2015, Millennials are the largest generation in the U.S. as a workforce. Millennials is usually considered to apply to individuals who reached adulthood around the turn of the 21st century. They grew up in an electronics-filled and increasingly online and socially-networked world. They are the generation that has received the most marketing attention. As the most ethnically diverse generation, Millennials tend to be tolerant of difference. Having been raised under the mantra "Follow your dreams" they are often seen as slightly more optimistic about the future. While largely a positive trait, the millennial generation’s confidence has been argued to spill over into the realms of entitlement and narcissism.
Most of organization now accepting a fresh young individual, because this employee are easier to handle and teach a new job responsibilities, they are the people who are eager to learn with a minimum salary, rather than the experienced professionals. But it still depends on the position of the company requirement.
I encounter different young professionals who dream to be a manager someday and to earn more for their future. Education is costly. we need to put a fund for us to learn especially here at UAE where certificate is the key to promote us in our current job. Nbiz Infosol training and consultancy company encouraging MILENNIALS to start investing for their knowledge growth.
It is always about KNOWLEDGE, the learning and development for ourselves is the most valuable investment that we can have for our FUTURE.
“The more you learn the more money you can earn” – Warren Buffet