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My experience, education, and institutional knowledge could benefit the younger generation of workers or any organization. If nothing else, I can help the newer worker get acclimated to the world of business. But more importantly, I am emotionally mature, intelligent, dedicated and dependable, and I have the ability to build strong relationships because I actually enjoy communicating with others. These are some of the qualities that have been questioned of the generations that come after me.

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Further, with the focus on diversity in the workplace having me around is good business sense. The makeup of an organization should reflect the community that it serves. So a mix of old and young workers that mirror the larger community is a positive for any company.

Companies are in business to make money and my contributions to the workforce is generating income to an organization. Yes, I would say that I am still relevant.

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Catherine Cooper Hybrid Boomer

A Hybrid Boomer is an individual born between 1946 and 1964 who is still in the workforce but working from home or a remote location. We are only required to report into a company facility when it is necessary to collaborate in person or for in-person company meetings. We transitioned into this type
of work mode during the COVID 19 Pandemic. In defining a new normal and the future of work our companies have decided to allow us to make this a permanent way to work.


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