I read an interesting article recently, which began controversially enough by criticising the Millennials (those born between 1980 and 2000) as being narcissistic, lazy, and a bit delusional.
This sort of 'criticism' is almost par for the course for any young and upcoming generation; they can never be serious enough, nor work hard enough to satisfy the generations before.
Isn't it unfair though to expect them to stay the same? Every generation is a product of their time. Why not focus on the positives – the Millennials are also said to be adaptive, confident and optimistic – and consider how to harness these strengths instead?
Read more: http://nation.time.com/2013/05/09/millennials-the-next-greatest-generation/#ixzz2WUjGJJGo