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Workforce diversity, generations, race, immigration, resume fabrication, job search
This study provides an ethical and socio-cultural context within a turbulent economic and multicultural global environment in which to examine the values and beliefs of a racioethnic group of Millennials. Our results describe what this group’s intentions are about fabricating their qualifications for their job search, which qualifications they intend to fabricate, and what their attitudes are concerning immigration and the entry of additional racioethnic workers into the extremely competitive U.S. workforce. These attitudes may impact organizations’ ability to take advantage of strategic opportunities in a global environment.
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