Correction| Volume 58, ISSUE 5, P225, September 2010

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        In the May/June 2010 issue (58/3) of Nursing Outlook, in the article by Keepnews and colleagues titled “Generational differences among newly licensed registered nurses” (2010;58:155-163; doi:10.1016/j.outlook.2009.11.001), the funding source was inadvertently omitted from the original manuscript as submitted to the journal. Please see the funding agreement information below:
        Funded by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Christine Kovner and Carol Brewer, Co-Principal Investigators, 08/01/05-10/31/10.

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        • Generational differences among newly licensed registered nurses
          Nursing OutlookVol. 58Issue 3
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            Responses of 2369 newly licensed registered nurses from 3 generational cohorts—Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y—were studied to identify differences in their characteristics, work-related experiences, and attitudes. These responses revealed significant differences among generations in: job satisfaction, organizational commitment, work motivation, work-to-family conflict, family-to-work conflict, distributive justice, promotional opportunities, supervisory support, mentor support, procedural justice, and perceptions of local job opportunities.
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