Many Millennials watched their parents lose jobs during the 2008 financial crisis. They learned that if you’re not moving up, you could easily get tossed out. So, they’re consistently focused on learning more and doing better. This can be tough for employers since the average Millennials stays in a job only two years . However, they’re more likely to stay longer if they believe their boss is invested in their success and gives them opportunities to grow. If their responsibilities are changing, a young person will remain in a job much longer. They’ll also focus on productivity because they yearn to be seen as improving and providing value.
The CD4 cell value bounces around a lot. Time of day, fatigue, and stress can affect the test results. It’s best to have blood drawn at the same time of day for each CD4 cell test, and to use the same laboratory.
Infections can have a large impact on CD4 cell counts. When your body fights an infection, the number of white blood cells (lymphocytes) goes up. CD4 and CD8 counts go up, too. Vaccinations can cause the same effects. Don’t check your CD4 cells until a couple of weeks after you recover from an infection or get a vaccination.