Forbes: “The Evolving Definition Of Work-Life Balance”

The concept of having a work-life has been prevalent in the workforce since the 1980’s. Generation X (Gen X), born 1961-1980, was the first generation to focus on this balance as they experienced the effects of Baby Boomer’s “work to survive” mentality.

While Gen X instilled the work-life balance in Millennials, the idea of this balance has adapted to a “work to afford my lifestyle” mentality. Although Millennials are really after income, employers are often overcompensating with tangible possessions and too much PTO.

To find out more about the generational differences in work-life balance, click here.

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