So in honor of the "I don't like my prof I think he should be fired" thread I started considering if it is actually a difference in generations. I recently read about how the 20 somethings have a totally different work ethic than the boomers and it's causing problems in the workplace.
Survey Reveals Alarming Lack of Generational Workplace Interaction | workforce.com
Is one little article about it. I need to find the original but I can't remember where I read it.
Basically the idea is that the youngins think that they don't have to work if they don't like the work, they don't think they have to work hard, all the time.
I will look for the article but I wanted to start a thread on it.
Do you think there is a difference in the generations?
Is this a good or bad thing?
How is it going to affect American companies?
And a bonus question:
Why do so many people live in their parent's basements now?