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CNBC, By Kerry Hannon
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Work at an older age is becoming business as usual. As life expectancy continues to increase, older adults are healthier and more active than in the past. In fact, 70 percent of workers said they expected to work for pay in retirement, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 2012 Retirement Confidence Survey.
Fox Business, By Emily Driscoll
Monday, October 15, 2012
New research suggests that Gen Y is confident in their investments and the economy.
The Energy Collective
Friday, October 12, 2012
Green job creation is a central part of a favorable employment trend. According to October data, unemployment has fallen to 7.8 percent, its lowest level in four years. The green economy has been a leading driver of job creation for several years now. The growth of green jobs is expected to continue, prompting economists to describe the 21st Century as the “Green Collar Era.”
US News & World Report, Money, By Kimberly Palmer
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
New research suggests that Gen Y is confident in their investments and the economy.
CIO.com, By Kristin Burnham
Monday, October 8, 2012
Gen Y—comprised of 18- to 29-year-olds—may reign supreme when it comes to social networking, but how do they compare to Gen X and Baby Boomers when networking for jobs?
Metro, By Dan Schawbel
Sunday, October 7, 2012
For Millennial Branding's latest research study, we partnered with Beyond.com to survey 5,268 job seekers across generations.
Reuters, By Lucia Mutikani
Friday, October 5, 2012
Fears of government austerity likely kept U.S. job gains modest and the unemployment rate elevated in September, an outcome that could weigh on President Barack Obama's re-election bid.
Business Insider, By Brett LoGiurato
Friday, October 5, 2012
Former GE CEO Jack Welch started a trend when he asserted shortly after the unemployment rate dropped to 7.8 percent this morning that President Barack Obama manipulated the numbers.
MarketWatch, By Ruth Mantell
Friday, October 5, 2012
Conventional wisdom says that meeting people in person is important for career advancement.
The Street, By Brian O'Connell
Thursday, October 4, 2012
While most pundits gave the clear edge to ex-Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney over President Barack Obama in last night's first presidential debate, U.S. workers may be taking a little longer to make up their minds on who's the best fit for the presidency.
ReadWriteWeb, By Rieva Lesonsky
Monday, October 1, 2012
It’s like a harmonic convergence. Startups need workers, and the largest generation ever born in America — the Millennials — is desperately searching for work. But as every startup knows, it's never as easy as all that.
The Huffington Post, By Ritika Trikha for U.S. News and World Report
Friday, September 28, 2012
Recently, the research and consulting firm Millennial Branding firm teamed up with the career networking site Beyond.com to survey more than 5,000 job seekers about their job search.
The Miami Herald Blog, The Work/Life Balancing Act, By Cindy Krischer
Friday, September 28, 2012
A new study courtesy of Millennial Branding and Beyond.com found big differences in the way each generation conducts a job search. The younger generation seems to be having more success -- particularly in attitude.
Workforce, By Meg McSherry Breslin
Friday, September 28, 2012
Recruiters take note: Baby boomers, Gen X and millennials are spending almost all their time job searching online instead of offline. Boomers turn to LinkedIn first, while Gen X and millennials are first using Google and Google Plus.
Chicago Tribune, By Joyce Lain Kennedy
Thursday, September 27, 2012
ONLINE DOMINATES. Most people seeking employment are glued online, according to a new study, "The Multi-Generational Job Search" by Millennial Branding (millennialbranding.com) and Beyond.com.
Human Resources Executive Online, By Mark McGraw
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
It’s fair to say that Generations Y and Z have led the way in making new verbs like “Facebook me” and “tweeting” a part of our everyday language. But, there’s no shortage of data showing that older generations—particularly baby boomers—have begun to plug into the social network as well.
Forbes.com, By Meghan Casserly
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
When it comes to using the social web on the job-hunt, Millennials aren’t as skilled as they’ve been hyped to be.
US News & World Report, By Ritika Trikha
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Recently, the research and consulting firm Millennial Branding firm teamed up with the career networking site Beyond.com to survey more than 5,000 job seekers about their job search. And they found that Baby Boomers—folks in their late forties to sixties—are having the toughest time finding jobs compared to other generations.
Alison Doyle Blog, By Alison Doyle
Monday, September 24, 2012
Millennial Branding and Beyond.com have released a comprehensive study on how different generations job search called The Multi-Generational Job Search and the results are interesting.
Brazen Life, By Alexis Grant
Monday, September 24, 2012
A new report‘s out today from Millennial Branding and Beyond.com, one those companies say is the first to compare how people from different generations — Gen Y, Gen X and Baby Boomers — look for a job.

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