By JOHN QUICK / MUST READ AMERICA
The majority of large companies in the United States are not owned and run by millennials, but they employ them.
As a millennial, I have worked for big companies in the past. Broadly speaking, it’s tough for millennials to be confined by a job description and show up for the 9-5 routine day after day. I empathize with both the employer and the employee on this.
There are entire job sectors in which our parents and grandparents were OK with working, but millennials, as a whole, are not.
Call them the F’s: Farming, Fishing, Factory work. Yes, these jobs still exist in the country; they are filled with people who have come here on work visas.
Here are three things to consider if you are a millennial and find yourself consistently trying to fit into a job, a company or way in life and find yourself unhappy with the fit: Time, Risk, and Expansion.