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I've been the "old member" of the team for a while and most likely will be for what's left of my career. Although that hasn't consisted of exclusion, there are usually a lot of "old" jokes and references to watching TV in black and white, how all we had was rocks growing up, dinosaurs, computers using punch cards, discovering fire, etc. ...


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At the workplace, you have 2 kind of conversation : allowed/not allowed and inappropriate/offensive or not. When coworkers are talking, you may dislike the content, but it doesn't mean their small talk are tagged NSFW (Not Suited For Work). So, sometimes, you just have to suck it up, because their right to chit-chat equals yours not to like it. That doesn't ...


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Got to say this question was the exact opposite of what I was expecting/hoping for. See I'm 25 and the vast majority of my coworkers (through my last two positions) have been late 30s to early 40s. They're all married, most have kids, and I haven't heard of most of the movies and such that they reference. I would reiterate baldPrssian's point to just be ...


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These based on personal experience to achieve mutual benefits 1) Knowledge Sharing - I used learn from someone older than me especially lifestyle, set an expectation and learn how to handle to it. Most of the time if you ask politely to seek for guide, very likely they will share their experience. i.e. Most of people at age of 40 and above have high blood ...


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