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  • n. Plural form of millennial.

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Examples

  • What the best soundtracks have in common, whether they're designed for movies about a Triple Crown winner or multi-tasking millennials, is that they capture or convey one character's experience.

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  • Symantec researcher Samir Kapuria knows a lot about how "millennials" -- employees born after 1980 -- use technology in the workplace.

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  • Jeanne noted that "millennials" -- whom she defines as those born between 1977 and 1997 -- constitute about 38 percent of our current workforce.

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  • This Minneapolis Star-Trib article explores the challenge for libraries of how to serve 'millennials' -- the current crop of young people, who are more familar with search engines than the Dewey Decimal System.

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  • The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., conducted the survey Dec. 23-Jan. 4 among 2,243 Americans, including an oversample of 1,006 "millennials" -- those age 18 to 29.

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  • HR management: Hiring, developing, communicating with and keeping skilled employees - attracting younger employees means providing tools for "millennials" - IM, Web conferencing,

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  • By 2016 the millennials will be the largest voting block.

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  • A new generation -- the so-called millennials -- will be shaping the outlines of our society, but the shape of their coming reign could prove more complex than many have imagined.

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  • We might have educated our kids, stimulated them, taught them to care and share, and protected them from bad things, but we now have a generation, called millennials at Euro RSCG Worldwide PR, the agency I run, we consider them to be currently 18 to 25 years old, that is smart, plugged-in and tech-savvy -- but oversensitive.

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  • We might have educated our kids, stimulated them, taught them to care and share, and protected them from bad things, but we now have a generation, called millennials at Euro RSCG Worldwide PR, the agency I run, we consider them to be currently 18 to 25 years old, that is smart, plugged-in and tech-savvy--but oversensitive.

    Marian Salzman: Booting Up

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