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Generation Y’s Baby Boomer parents have nurtured and protected them, providing for their every emotional, educational and physical need and want.

This developmental period is characterized by self-exploration, experimentation and promise.

As a result, these young workers have high expectations of recognition and reward from others with minimal effort on their part.

These young workers have close relationships with their parents, often continuing to live with them and to be supported by them to some extent as they enter the workforce.

Hispanic and Asian ethnic groups are growing at a rate higher than any other ethnic group; it is anticipated that by 2050 greater than 50 percent of the total population of the United States will be Hispanic or Asian.

This trend presently is reflected in school attendance, where approximately 20 percent of students have one foreign-born parent.

This developmental period is characterized by self-exploration, experimentation and promise.

As a result, these young workers have high expectations of recognition and reward from others with minimal effort on their part.

These young workers have close relationships with their parents, often continuing to live with them and to be supported by them to some extent as they enter the workforce.

Hispanic and Asian ethnic groups are growing at a rate higher than any other ethnic group; it is anticipated that by 2050 greater than 50 percent of the total population of the United States will be Hispanic or Asian.

This trend presently is reflected in school attendance, where approximately 20 percent of students have one foreign-born parent.

Technological advancements in real-time media and communication drive their expectation for immediacy.