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Millennials are the largest cohort in history and, perhaps,
the most controversial. Economic setbacks, income
inequality, and social upheaval have created dynamics
that have characterized the generation as entitled and
But Millennials are disruptive in good ways. They feel
passionately about the world they live in and don’t think
they should compromise their beliefs to fit the status
quo. Millennials are more likely to be accepting of other
than previous generations. As a result, they are reshaping
the social and economic sectors to be more inclusive
which is being reflected in politics.
Millennials will make up 75%of
the workforce by 2025 and
believe that inclusion is the
major framework for better
work collaborations that value
open participation, diverse
perspectives, and unique
behaviors that offer
authenticity, engagement, and
As more and more Millennials
become business leaders they
will demand a shift in
traditional diversity and
A recent report on racial attitudes in the United
States demonstrates how Millennials offer more
inclusion. The Pew Research Center finds that
the overwhelming majority of Millennials
supported interracial marriage in their own
families. Nearly 9 in 10 say they would be
accepting if one of their family members married
an African American (88%), Asian American
(93%), Hispanic American (91%), or a white
Millennials are the most diverse cohort in American society.
Brookings University reports that 55.8% of Millennials are white and
roughly 30% are new minorities; Hispanics, Asians, and multiracial
On a political level, 14 states hold “majority minority” child
demographics. As both the Millennial and post-Millennial generation
ages, they will fight for policies that reflect their belief systems of
diversity and inclusion.
As Millennials become middle-
aged, they will bridge the gap
between older, whiter generations.
As a diverse group becomes more
represented in American politics,
they will assimilate, advocate for
equality, and accept key changes
that will make a successful to a
more equitable economy.
Millennials are smart, purposeful,
and creative. But perhaps the
biggest gift they will offer the
United States is their dedication
and fight for a more inclusive