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Minn. consulting company that advises businesses on generational dynamics commissioned a study of millennials and found distinct differences between younger and older millennials"Millennials are a complex generation and we’re seeing that their experiences are very different from oldest to youngest" said Hannah Ubl research director at BridgeworksThe early millennials born from 1980 to 1987 remember dial-up internet using AOL screen names for instant messaging watching movies on VHS tapes and attending Y2K parties"They were raised to be optimistic and were told they could be whatever they wanted to be" Ubl said "They graduated into a strong economy and got a good foothold into adulthood"But almost overnight that upbeat outlook turned gloomy for their younger brothers and sisters whom some call the recessionistsBorn between 1988 and 1995 they used technology at an earlier age with Wi-Fi-enabled devices and the iPhone arriving in their adolescence They downloaded music watched movies on DVDs that arrived in the mail from Netflix and rode to school on their Razor scooters Those younger millennials however were in the unenviable position of trying to launch careers after the housing market crash when unemployment jumped and hiring stalledIn the worst economic downturn in 80 years the recessionists had to compete with laid-off adults for service jobs They worried that the college loans they’d taken as a bet on a post-graduation middle-class life would prove to be poor investments"I say that finding a job during the recession was like working out with training weights" said Jeff Lane 29 who graduated from college in 2009 and worked in a coffee shop instead of starting a business career"When I couldn’t even get an interview it docked my confidence" he saidLike the early millennials the recessionists had been raised to follow their dreams but the advice they had been given all their lives began to ring hollow"All of a sudden the message changed It was ‘Expect rejection expect to struggle even the best among you’" Ubl said "They were back in their parents’ basements and back on their parents’ health insurance They felt lied to"Today an economic recovery is on track and in Minnesota a low employment rate has many businesses and nonprofits struggling to find enough qualified workers to fill their jobsBut employers and hiring managers who want to recruit — and retain — a millennial workforce should appreciate the different attitudes and expectations of the two groups"Early millennials care more about autonomy They’re more likely to want freedom in choosing where and how they work who they work with and what their schedule is" Ubl saidMeanwhile the recessionists tend to be motivated by money"Paychecks are always important but for the later millennials workplace satisfaction is much more tied to their ability to earn a salary and pay their bills so they will have enough to live where they want to live" Ubl said "The early millennials believe everything will work out The recessionists are less trusting about that"And those younger millennials may have good reason to be mindful about their paychecksHistory would suggest that the fallout of the economic downturn will continue to haunt the recessionists who began working when entry-level salaries were suppressed"We’ve seen that those who happened to be unlucky enough to have entered the labor market in a recession may never really recover from it" said Wendy Rahn a political science professor at the University of MinnesotaEconomists at the Federal Reserve have found that lifetime earnings tend to hinge on an individual’s first decade in the workforce with those who earn less as they begin their careers never catching upThe Economic Policy Institute tracked lifetime pay for employees who started work in previous recessions and found that as a group they experienced lower wages and fewer opportunitiesAnd real estate company Zillow’s research concludes that graduating into the recession has an "immediate and lasting effect on young adults’ homeownership rate"Stalled attempts to fire up their careers may also create ongoing financial worry in the younger cohort Ubl suggested that their early difficulties could turn them into modern-day versions of their grandparents the generation that survived the Great Depression and took thriftiness to extremes always pinching pennies and saving plastic bags"Their brains were still developing during this time I think this will color and shape their impressions for a lifetime" Ubl said"It marked them in a profound way and it will always be part of them"Story byKevyn Burger /Star Tribune (Minneapolis)"We can make sure that these critical elements of energy infrastructure operate more safely more reliably more economically" said Edward Petit de Mange managing director at the San Diego hub of Diakont an international high-tech engineering and manufacturing company with offices in Russia Italy and North AmericaAccording to the federal government more than 26 million miles of pipelines supply the nation’s energy needs But aging and deteriorating pipelines pose substantial risksIn Northern California a natural gas pipeline explosion killed eight people in San Bruno in September 2010Data from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration reports that since 2010 an average of about 200 crude oil spills a year are reported While most of the leaks are small it’s been estimated that 89 million gallons have been spilled during that time"When a natural gas pipeline fails it’s usually much more violent but when a hazardous liquid pipeline fails it’s a lot messier from an environmental standpoint" Petit de Mange saidFor years energy companies and utilities inspected their pipelines by using techniques such as sending pressurized water to test a line’s strength inserting barrel-shaped devices called "pigs" that travel inside operating pipes or simply digging into the ground and performing spot inspectionsBut pipeline owners often did not have a good idea how sturdy a pipeline was or how close it teetered toward failureFrom its location in an unassuming San Diego office park Diakont is one of the few companies that use robots that actually enter natural gas and liquid fuel pipelines to inspect for wear tear and corrosionCalled the Remotely Operated Diagnostic Inspection System or RODIS the contraption resembles the robot from the movie "Wall-E" Crawling through the pipeline via a horizontal set of traction wheels the RODIS makes its way past any bumps or bends in the lineAt the same time two arms trace the circumference of the pipeline measuring its thickness and structural integrity by using ultrasonic sensors that act like sonar devices that bounce high-frequency signals through the lineA cable connects the robot to an operator commonly stationed in a truck a safe distance from the pipeline who monitors the sensor data The pipeline’s integrity is determined by sound pulses lasers and video that check for defects such as crackingA typical inspection covers about a quarter of a mile in one day"It doesn’t go really fast" Petit de Mange said "Our key is we get very accurate very complete data"How much does a typical robot pipeline project costCiting contractual provisions Petit de Mange would not offer specifics"We’re in the hundreds of thousands (of dollars) usually for a project" he saidEssentially companies are paying for the certainty that a robot-inspected pipeline provides"Pipelines are assets that operators keep in the ground for a long time and they make money when the product is flowing through them" Petit de Mange said "So when you have downtime or worse yet a failure of that pipeline . that can be in the tens to hundreds of millions of dollars So being able to perform inspections and get really valid data to ensure the pipeline is in good condition that can save utility companies a lot of money"Diakont’s work extends beyond California In 2015 Diakont inspected two natural gas pipelines that run underneath the Hudson River between New Jersey and New York CityPetit de Mange said although the Hudson River project was completed in about a week the planning process took close to two years The inspection showed the lines were in excellent shapeIn April Diakont was one of 114 companies that received a California Competes Tax Credit created by Gov Jerry Brown’s office aimed at helping businesses grow and stay in the Golden StateDiakont’s award came to $250000; the company whose San Diego home for the last six years employs 33 people will use the tax credit to bolster its efforts to nearly double its workforce and invest $68 million in the next four yearsAnd the company is poised to move robot inspections into the fuel tank storage areaLike pipelines large fuel storage tanks containing products such as gasoline diesel fuel and jet fuel require inspections But the floors of the tanks are hard to access and operators often have no choice but to drain them taking them out of service for six to eight weeks"It’s a very complex process to clean out all that flammable sludge out of the tank" Petit de Mange said about the process that can range "from hundreds of thousands to low millions of dollars" not to mention the inherent danger of putting inspectors into potentially volatile areasDiakont recently developed a robot it calls the Stingray that works on the same principle that the RODIS tool uses in pipelinesWithout having to take out any fuel the Stingray is placed in the tank and conducts its inspection as it moves along the floor with sensors sending signals back to an operator Data are collected to determine the integrity of the fuel tank"This is super exciting for us because this is a brand-new kind of market we’re breaking into" Petit de Mange saidDiakont is seeking regulatory certification for the Stingray equipment and hopes to launch its robotic fuel tank inspections this fallStory by Rob Nikolewski /The San Diego 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”Weber is the executive director of Alley Alive and a supervisor for Starbucks.