The world has changed. The technological innovations of the last twenty years have led to the exchange of information with an ease and volume that was virtually unimaginable just a generation ago.
Social media platforms keep us connected with family, friends, colleagues and acquaintances on a daily basis. Economic crises, environmental disasters and the threat of terrorism have shaped our global perspective. All of these factors have led to the world becoming a smaller, more interconnected and interdependent place.
These changes have perhaps had the most impact on society’s youth. Older generations may be slower to adapt to technological advances and many of their opinions have already been formed in a different time under different circumstances. Young adults today have had cell phones and social media accounts since grade school. The threat of terrorism is a post-911world has always impacted their global perspective. Economic crises have led to changes in workplace attitudes and aspirations. Today’s young adults have different approaches to and expectations of their choice of a commitment to a career.
These changing attitudes have led many young people to explore a career in real estate sales —and in many cases, it seems to be a perfect fit. Read more about this topic at: https://www.housingwire.com/blogs/1-rewired/post/40751-why-a-career-in-real-estate-is-the-perfect-fit-for-many-millennials