"I do not do social media with people that I work with. You don’t need to see what my mom ate for breakfast. And then I go into the office, and you’re like, your mom’s omelet looked delicious. No."

Britney, one of 12 millennial Americans—ages 26 to 33—who participated in the recent New York Times Opinion’s focus group to discuss “how the pandemic had upended and shaped their careers, not all of it bad.” A transcript of the focus group, the ninth in the newspaper’s ninth America in Focus series, can be read here under the headline, “What Your Younger Employees Are Really Thinking.”