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Here’s how millennials could change health care
USA Today

Daniel Martinez surveys the floor of a Reno restaurant on a Friday evening, his nicely pressed suit evoking the kind of sharp-dressed man that rockers ZZ Top sing about.

Surrounded by multicolored lights and the familiar din of slot machines, Martinez quickly handles multiple queries about kitchen operations and hotel room service without skipping a beat. As an assistant manager, efficiency and customer satisfaction are high on the 26-year-old’s list of job priorities.