4 Gen Y’s and 2 Gen X’s battle it out for which generation is better to work with.

Gen Y

Stop picking on the Gen Y’s!

Stop annoying the Gen X’s!

Even though Gen X and Gen Y are neighbours in the alphabet, there seems to be a vast difference between the two generations when it comes to work ethics.

Gen Y’s can make dramatic life changes in an instance in the search for happiness. While Gen X’s feel time and effort are what is important. So who is better to work with?

Our absolute favourite Mamamia personalities grab a beer at the Watsons Bay Hotel to figure it out. (Warning: the discussion gets quite heated, in the best possible way).




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Missed an episode? SEE more from our favourite Mamamia personalities here:

Episode 1 – Is social media making us anti social?
Episode 2 – Sharing your worst job.
Episode 3 – Are celebrities positive role models?
Episode 4 – Do you have to have a bad relationship before you can have a good one?


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