As with the previous one, this chapter addresses a large section of the workforce who may be sceptical about the first chapter’s characterisation of a typical executive career. In this case, the target audience is those who have entered the workforce since the 2008 global financial crash, an event so seismic it has changed the way many people work. The chapter acknowledges that today’s work environment is indeed historic as there are five generations working alongside each other. However, in contrast perhaps to widespread prevailing beliefs, the author concludes that younger executives want much the same from their careers as their forebears did, even if most are aware they will change jobs more regularly and likely work for longer. The chapter concludes that, as a result of this, the book is equally relevant for those early on in their careers as it is for those further along. For both young and old, the danger of following the car in front is apparent.