By Johanna Carrane and Lynn Fahey (July 20, 2018, 12:58 PM EDT) -- The word "millennial" calls to mind an image of monolith: seas of youth, eyes glued to their smart devices. However, research shows that millennials are actually quite diverse and active in the labor force. More than one in three American labor force participants are millennials, making them the largest generation of workers and quickly outpacing the baby boomers. And currently, millennials represent more than one-fourth of the U.S. population. Not only are there a lot of them, but millennials are more diverse than generations before them (44.2 percent of millennials are part of a minority race or ethnic group).
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