By Mark Koba
March 22, 2015

Saddled between the baby boom generation and the millennial crowd, Generation Xers are known for being highly educated and willing to embrace change.

The Gen X crowd can also be characterized as less materialistic and a lost less willing to burn the candle at both ends when it comes to work. It’s not that they want to party all the time, but they want a more balanced life between activity and family than other age groups.

But Gen Xers are also known for having strong entrepreneurial impulses. And that makes them the ideal workers for many employers. To attract and keep Gen Xers, companies have made adjustments by giving employees more vacation days and have more time away from the office.

Here’s a list of the top companies that are great for those born between 1964 and 1985, who are better known as Generation X.

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