The traditional office is losing the battle for an emerging group of workers: millennial parents. Millennial women accounted for 82% of US births in 2016. At the same time, millennials made up 29% of the adult US population and more than a third of the US workforce.
This demographic shift has applied upward pressure on companies to provide basic benefits like parental leave and childcare assistance, though making good on this is far from universal. While that fight rages on, many millennial parents are leveraging digital technological advances to redefine the workplace. Here are four ways millennial parents will impact the future of work, according to trend data.