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  • UC Davis Student Resident Firefighter Program

    07-14-10 -- Living and working at UC Davis Fire Department’s Station 34 are 15 college students. These men and women are selected from an applicant pool of 100 to 150 every two years after undergoing a physical abilities assessment, intensive interviews, and … Read More >

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  • A Gen Y Advocate

    07-13-10 -- Gen Y—also known as Generation Y, Millennials, Gen Why and Net Generation—are those born between 1980 and 2000. How did Nathan (Nate) Trauernicht get to be a Gen Y advocate? There are two reasons: #1: Although at 30 Nate is … Read More >

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  • A Fact Sheet For Gen Y

    07-13-10 -- Gen Y—also known as Generation Y, Millennials, Gen Why and Net Generation—are those born between 1980 and 2000. Gen Y Fact Sheet They will make up almost 50% of all employees in the next few years. They’re tech savvy and … Read More >

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  • Partner Perspective – Robert Rosell, Quality Media Resources

    07-10-08 -- There are many reasons to be enthusiastic about the new generation now entering the workplace. Generation Y (also known as Gen Y, Millennials, Gen Why, Net Generation, Echo Boomers…) are smart, adaptable, energetic, skilled and eager to make their mark. … Read More >

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  • Generation Y: The Future Workforce

    07-10-08 -- Generation Y is our next generation. Born between 1980 and 2000 (there’s no uniform agreement on those years), Generation Y numbers around 100 million or a third of our total population and it’s considered to be the largest and most … Read More >

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