Narcissistic and Entitled to Everything! No one looks the way I do. No one walks the way I walk. No one talks the way I talk.
Warning- this may be a rant post. I see them everywhere.
Just as I write here in an attempt to leave a diary so do a lot of others. That alone makes sure that we have a standard to upload. Our generation Gen Y seems to live in a cloud. I am a newbie blogger, or whatever the term for someone younger than a newbie.
I understand that, like in real life, you have to put in the work, and gain experience before you make it big. The issue that I present to you today is with people who; Assume that 3 months of work automatically makes you qualified for roles that are 4 levels above them.
These days I work as a consultant for a few different companies. I really enjoy that part. I get to meet new people and really learn what drives them. It took a long time to figure out what my strengths were and a lot longer to hone those skills in a professional setting.
I volunteered for a lot of projects that I had no business in, but slowly, and surely things started making sense. The point I am trying to make here that we all worked some pretty awful customer service jobs just to gain the experience that will allow us to walk into an interview with our head held high and feel confident.
What really grinds my gears is the assumption that a 6 month internship is the same as experience. Trust me, its not. There are great examples even in the PF community.
Carrie is a great example of where hard works gets you. The second issue has to do more with ethics than anything else. I have worked with, and heard of freelancers who, for whatever reason, take on roles that they have no way of being able to handle.
Doing a skill-set audit is extremely important, and a tool in your arsenal that you should always be on top of. Thinking that I can hack it not only makes me look bad, but it also wastes the companies time and money. Having been in school for a really long timeI know a lot of students who admit that they want to succeed with the minimal amount of effort possible.
They have expectations of earning 55K salaries when they graduated, even tho they lack work experience.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is the entitlement generation. I was a part of it until reality kicked in and I noticed that no one was going to hand a huge pay-check without me proving myself.
This is where desperation kicks in. I know that are times where you need that project, and money is tight, and you have to do what you have to do. Ask for a discount in exchange for bring them more work in the future.The “Entitlement Generation” [email protected] • April 29, “If your parents had to use a wooden spoon on you, then they clearly didn’t know how to parent you.”.
The lead section of this article may need to be rewritten. Please discuss this issue on the article's talk urbanagricultureinitiative.com the lead layout guide to ensure the section follows Wikipedia's norms and to be inclusive of all essential details. (March ) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Warning- this may be a rant post.. There is a term that describes some of the people that I’m had the “pleasure” of coming in contact with recently; they are called the entitlement generation.. The definition of the entitlement generation is kids who’ve always been told they’re smart, and never pushed too hard. i Executive Summary The recruitment and retention of Generation Y, individuals born between and , concern the federal government and the Congressional Research Service particularly, as the.
i Executive Summary The recruitment and retention of Generation Y, individuals born between and , concern the federal government and the Congressional Research Service particularly, as the.
A pillar of contemporary Leftism is the notion of “white privilege.” Given that a generation of high-school and college students are being taught that a great number of “unearned privileges.
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Mar 19, · What’s even more interesting is that the changes across generations were evident not just in attitudes, but in actions, too.
Lead researcher Jean Twenge, author of Generation . Jul 30, · Some of the entitlement bloat comes from the addition of new programs — notably the prescription drug benefit espoused by our second boomer.