Jessica Grose, a self-identified ancient millennial, is a journalist and novelist whose work focuses on womens issues, family, and culture. She is a frequent contributor to Slate and Bloomberg Businessweek, in addition to writing about culture and creativity for Fast Companys Co.Create. Previously she was a senior editor at Slate and an editor at Jezebel. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The New Republic, Cosmopolitan and several other publications. Her debut novel, Sad Desk Salad, was released by William Morrow/Harper Collins in 2012.
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It cant hurt anyone to get solid advice on workplace moresbut if you actually look at the data about millennial women, they dont really need to be told how to be aggressive in the workplace, or in life, anymore.
Why millennials are so judgmental about promiscuity.
This is about the disappearing middle class, rather than a generation of layabouts.