Debunking the myth of the lazy, entitled Gen-Y employee

Despite countless reports to the contrary, the “entitled” Millennial generation doesn’t expect to be handed the keys to the executive suite.

Generation Y, or Millennials—individuals born between the late 1970s and the early 1990s—are, apparently, the laziest group in memory to enter the work force. This, at least, is the opinion of numerous pundits, who have inundated the media with the argument that these twenty- and-thirty-somethings belong to a cohort too egotistical, frivolous, and starry-eyed to pursue a stable career or remain loyal to an employer for longer than five minutes.

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