(National Review) -- The lamentations of older generations about the deficiencies of their children are a hallowed tradition. Everyone, everywhere seems at some point to reach the age where the sight of young people makes them want to mutter, “You kids get off my lawn.” And, let’s face it, Millennials make the anger easy. The stereotypes are clear. Here’s how the New York Times began a much-discussed recent story about the new Millennial workplace:
Joel Pavelski, 27, isn’t the first person who has lied to his boss to scam some time off work.
But inventing a friend’s funeral, when in fact he was building a treehouse — then blogging and tweeting about it to be sure everyone at the office noticed? That feels new.
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