Attracting the next gen of talent: Global mobility

Attracting the next gen of talent: Global mobility

Millennials are often the subject of unfair negative stereotypes - lazy, entitled, narcissistic but such aspersions are far off the mark. In reality, this generation is coming into its own in terms of careers.

That's according to Beth Bowen, Senior Vice President – Global Sales at Airswift – a recruiter for the energy, process, & infrastructure industries. She says that, over the next few years: “Millennials will hit their professional primes and increasingly be in a position to call the shots when it comes to the way we work.”

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