Employers who rely on preconceived notions about young workers feeling "entitled" can hurt their ability to hire top talent, Nacie Carson writes. Many younger job candidates object to such monikers, citing how hard they have worked to develop their skills. Their "balance of surprising confidence and dogged determination is in many ways the real definer of the Millennial Generation, and it begs a rethinking of how young professionals are both utilized and treated," Carson writes.

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