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In a recent meta-analysis appearing in the Journal of Business and Psychology, Costanza and colleagues[1] compare a wide variety of attitude variables between four generations of employees: Traditionals (Boomers, Gen X, and Millenials.  In a quantitative review of 20 articles on generational differences across 19,961 workers, the authors conclude that generational differences are small or [...] Related articles from NeoAcademic: Stats and Methods Urban Legend 3: Myths About […]

Costanza, D., Badger, J., Fraser, R., Severt, J. & Gade, P. (2012). Generational differences in work-related attitudes: A meta-analysis, Journal of Business and Psychology, 27 (4) 375-394. DOI:

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