Millennials are often regarded as being a "different" workforce. However, each generationhas had its own quirks.

Boomers are seen as the long-haired,rebellious hippies of the '60s who wanted to challenge the statusquo and sometimes still do. They've historically been the largestgeneration in the workforce, but that dominance no longerholds.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, millennials (age 18-34)surpassed the baby boom generation in 2015 by having 75.3 millionmove into the workforce. Moreover, their numbers are expected topeak at 81.1 million in 2036.

New-world habits can be hard tobreak


Millennials
have grown up in world where technology ispervasive and is moving more and more to mobile devices. Thedownside is mobile technology enables them to use their devicesbasically anywhere from the kitchen counter or dining table to inbed or on the couch while gaming or interacting on social media –yet rarely at a workstation. As a result, they've lived anddeveloped poor, slouching posture ever since they were old enoughto turn on the device. 

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