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Millennials might have shorter attention spans, but they are apparently less interested in having fun at work than their parents’ generation, according to a new report by Gallup.

Actually, the survey by the venerated pollster showed that American workers in general are unlikely to say that having a “fun place to work” is the top priority for them when seeking a job. Less than a quarter of millennials, Gen X-ers, and baby boomers said so, although millennials, who are now the largest group of workers in the U.S., were slightly less likely to say so than the other two groups.

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