By Charlotte Shelton
Written through a Boomer mom and Gen X daughter, this perceptive publication explores the deep delight that pro Gen Xers are experiencing at work-especially ladies who anticipated to go into the equal-opportunity place of work their feminist moms fought for.
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Now, of course, not all of these people are Gen Xers, and some aren’t even real people, but they 11 12 T H E N E X T R E V O L U T I O N were all big names in the media at the time Xers came of age. And if you begin to analyze the list, you’ll find many of them are infamous, rather than idols. “With the explosion of twenty-four-hour media and tabloid journalism, Xers saw almost every role model of their time indicted or exposed as someone far too human to be a hero” (Lancaster and Stillman 2002, p.
Our survey respondents had a lot to say about this topic. The comments from these seven women are but the tip of the iceberg: The office politics are something I was not prepared for. I thought I had left those days behind me in high school. It’s very hard to be productive and motivated when you’re watching your back and wondering who’s saying what. 28-year-old human resources representative There are more politics and people’s personal agendas getting in the way of doing the right thing than I thought there would be.
Also there is still such a problem with the “Men’s Club” that it’s hard to be promoted in my industry if you are a woman. 36-year-old quality technician I never would have imagined that the companies I work for would be so political and unethical. I used to be optimistic that if I worked hard and had the right qualifications I would have a strong chance of moving ahead. I found that to be very untrue. The corporate world is very racist and sexist. 27-year-old benefit authorizer G R E AT X P E C TAT I O N S Over the past few years of my career I have actually felt the repercussions of sexual discrimination.