The largest generation at work in America today is the millennial generation. At the beginning of 2023, they make up around 35% of the entire workforce. The generation’s reputation, though, has not always been stellar. Millennials have been called everything from “lazy” to “self-obsessed” to “over-educated” to “entitled.” Just ten years ago, Time Magazine’s cover story for May was about how millennials are the “Me, Me, Me” generation, a stereotype that has been pervasive, even if not wholly accurate. However, those that once scoffed at and demeaned the work ethic of millennials are now finding that they desperately need them to either fill open positions in their company, or simply stay in the jobs they currently have. Every recruiter knows how expensive it is to replace a lost employee in this day and age, so learning how to please millennials has become a hot trend.