The Y revolution? An international survey on Generation Y

Find out about Generation Y's aspirations and relationship with gender equality and business in this international survey conducted by Mazars and Women'Up.

In recent months, it has been impossible to avoid “Generation Y”. It has appeared in newspapers, in magazines and has been given a place of prominence in bookstores. The Generation Y consists of young people born between the beginning of the 1980s and the mid-90s. Modern literature does not always depict this generation in a favourable light, labelling them with characteristics such as: individualistic or even selfish, unmanageable, impertinent, glued to their smartphone, addicted to social media, impatient, etc...

Here are a few elements to help you to understand their outlook on the world.

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Mazars is participating in the Women’s Forum

For the 6th consecutive year, Mazars is a partner of the Women’s Forum which takes place in Deauville from 10th to 12th October 2012. Mazars has decided to start with the discovery of Generation Y and will present the results of the international survey “The Y Revolution?”, conducted among 1011 young people from 64 nationalities, at the Women’s Forum.

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Generation Y: Evolution, Revolution

On the one hand, Mazars, an international organisation, specialising in audit and consulting, which relies on the expertise of 13,000 professionals in 69 countries, finds itself confronted with changes being made to staff whilst also managing transgenerational teams. On the other hand, WoMen’Up, the first association to address the issues of gender diversity in business exclusively from the perspective of Generation Y.