Millennials are one of the fastest-growing segments of the workforce – this year, millennials are projected to surpass the baby boomer generation as the nation’s largest living generation, according to Census Bureau statistics.

And while they’re often portrayed as job-hopping, entitled employees, millennials are, in fact, very hard-working, says Jay Titus, senior director, academic services for EdAssist, a provider of tuition assistance programs for employers. “They are willing to work for their advancement, as long as they feel their employer is invested in them in the right way,” he says.

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