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How can we convince Millennials to join the electric utility workforce?
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The retiring Baby Boomer generation is one of the defining workplace developments of the last half century. In many ways, their influence has made the modern job what it is. As Baby Boomers retire and are replaced by Generation X and Millennials, significant changes in corporate culture, expectations, and methodologies are sure to follow. To recruit and retain Millennials, companies will have to take a different approach than the one used on previous generations.

Public power is a unique industry: it is small, with just over 2,000 public power electric utilities located across the United States, usually in small towns. Public power is conservative and risk-averse, with a high percentage of older workers. We are open to ideas for adjusting any and all aspects of public power.