Funny! Fortunately this is a stereotype, not the norm. We have some of these young people working for us - they bring some new perspective to us old farts and that's welcome. At least where I work, my pension seems to be in fairly good hands....Most of you may have already seen this... I had not as I do not have a Facebook account... my nephew who is a PO up in Phoenix AZ sent this to me... brought tears to my eyes
If they didn't exist, there wouldn't be the stereotype. I've met HER in the business world too. She didn't last long on our team. I wish her all the success in the world, just elsewhere.Congrats on your son's achievements. My intent was not to denigrate an entire generation. My youngest daughter(27) earned her Masters in International Public Health from Oregon State at age 25. I have met and dealt with many millennials that are very intelligent.
Although this clip depicts a stereotype, these people do exist.
If they didn't exist, there wouldn't be the stereotype. I've met HER in the business world too. She didn't last long on our team. I wish her all the success in the world, just elsewhere.
I'm violently agreeing with you.Good lord. It's a stereotype. Anyone that bad would never get a job. Young people need mentoring and coaching. Always have always will. I have a whole team of millennial and they are brilliant. We get a lot of shit done. Every day. It's easy to bucket people. Seems like a trend...
Bottom line is here, you can't afford beer on $12 an hour. Or much else, for that matter.