Karen Wey Smola and CharLotte D Sutton (2000) compares the work values of year 1974 to the existing work values with a sample size of 350 employees. The main objective was to investigate whether work values change with age of employees as they grow older. Several industries such as manufacturing, banking, finance, hospitality, transportation, insurance, education, and retail were considered .The important variables used for the study were desirability of work outcomes, moral importance of work and
Introduction A general consensus is developed that Americans who are currently in their working age fall into four categories namely Traditionalists, baby boomers, Generation X and Generation Y. The Traditional generation is the oldest generation in the workplace, although most are now retired. Also known as the veterans, the Silent generation, the matures, the greatest generation, this generation includes individuals born before 1945, and some sources place the earliest birth year to 1922 (Tolbize
leadership styles in order to accommodate the changes in social norms and work attitude of this younger generation while maximizing the potential of Millennials. The millennial generation consisting of 86-million individuals is the largest population cohort the United States has yet to experience (Doherty, 2013). According to Chou (2012), Millennials are individuals born between the years 1979 and 1994.
Generation Z is the cohort of people living in Western and First World cultures that follows Generation Y. The opinions about the birth year of the earliest members of Generation Z differ, ranging from 1990 to 2001, however a majority of experts claims about 1996. “They grew up during the most profound changes in a century and represent the watershed generational shift of our era” . Several other names that refer to this population group include „Plurals” , since they are the most ethnically diverse
Parents still require their daughters to marry and have children very early (Woldemichael, 2003). A study on teenage childbearing and its health consequences on the mother and child in Eritreao was done by analysis of Eritrea Demographic and Health Surveys (EDHS) data from the 2002 and in the trend analysis, data from the 1995 EDHS survey were used for comparative purposes was showed that teenagers were less likely to seek prenatal medical care during pregnancy, compared with mothers aged 20 years or above