22. Jan, 2020

Baby Boomers still have a long way to go ...

Picture taken from Global Talent Trends 2020 report, page 68, with excerpts at  https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/blog/trends-and-research/2020/global-talent-trends-2020 

I am pretty sure, because I am a Baby Boomer as well, born 1962, and have to work until age 67 before I can officially retire in Germany in the moment. So nearly 10 years to go, another decade. As we all know, how much can happen in a decade, let's go for it - interesting times are coming up.

I found more interesting stuff related to the topic - different generations in the workplace - let's have a look:

"So there you have it. In a historically tight labor market, the nuances of the multigenerational workforce—and what four unique generations at work really want—are clear and oh-so-real. Now the question is, what are employers going to do about it?" - taken from

"In the next two years – by 2022 – 42% of core skills required to perform existing jobs are expected to change." - see

"I’m a fan of Tom Peter’s idea, “Do stuff.” But keep the big picture in mind." - check this

Old age is like everything else. To make a success of it, you've got to start young. -- Theodore Roosevelt, American - President October 27, 1858 - January 6, 1919 ,  https://www.britannica.com/biography/Theodore-Roosevelt