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From College to the Workplace: Tuesday’s Show (August 23, 2016)

Posted on · A new school year has begun at most area colleges and universities. Those schools, of course, seek to create a friendly, accommodating environment for students. But not all workplaces are so accommodating. As such, some recent graduates may find it challenging to transition from a college campus into the workplace. There’s always been a certain […]

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How to Improve Communication Between Generations

Posted on · We discuss the challenges of communicating between generations. In the workplace, in personal relationships, is there a generational divide when it comes to how we interact with one another? How might such a potential communication gap manifest itself in Greater Houston? We ask Houston-based family therapist Sadia Jalali, psychologist Dr. Michael Winters, and Suzanne Buck, […]

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Is There a Generation Gap in Houston’s Workforce?

Posted on · According to Houston’s government data, the city has among the youngest populations in the nation, with the median age of residents being 32-years-old. And with Houston’s booming economy and university systems, this Texas city continues to draw new, young talent to the workplace. But, what about Houston’s older residents? Many industries, especially oil and gas, […]

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Houston Matters for Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Posted on · The city of Houston has among the youngest populations in the nation. And our growing economy continues to draw new, young talent to the region – and specifically, to the workplace. They’re arriving as a looming population of older workers is nearing retirement. The result – a generation gap at work. Those older workers have […]