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Joyce Lain Kennedy

Millennials are moving up in job world

DEAR JOYCE: As a business owner, I'm replenishing my workforce because six of my long-time employees are retiring this year. I'm considering hiring millennials to replace them but I have very little experience with this age group (born between 1980 and 1996 or 2000, depending on who's counting).

I've heard that millennials are called "The Me, Me, Me Generation" for a reason: They're flighty and hard to deal with, like "My way or the highway." If I move forward with younger replacements, what traits and attitudes should I be checking for? -- P.S.P.

Select new millennials for the same kind of qualities you've always wanted in your employees, such as...