Millennials want a work-life balance. Their bosses just don’t get why.
Close to 80 percent of millennials surveyed are part of dual-
income couples in which both work full time. Of Generation X workers, people in their 30s and 40s now, 73 percent are. But of baby boomers, the generation born just after World War II that now occupies most top management positions, just 47 percent have a full-time working spouse. More than a quarter of baby-boomer workers have a spouse at home, or one who works part time or with flexible hours and is responsible for taking care of all home-front duties.
Source: The Washington Post
Written by: Brigid Schulte