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Infographic: bridging generation gap at work

More baby boomers are delaying retirement, and the ranks of the youngest workers — the millennial generation — are rapidly expanding. How do their values differ?

The workplace has never been so diverse in terms of age, with 20-year-olds working side by side with people in their 70s or even 80s — three to four generations in one place.

The workforce today is getting older … and younger.

Baby boomers are increasingly opting to stay at their desks and delay retirement.

Meanwhile, the ranks of the youngest workers — the millennial generation — are rapidly expanding.

It’s a situation that could lead to some awkward moments: both groups have their own distinct working habits and ambitions.

Differences aside, they are set to forge a new kind of workplace together in the coming years.

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