Decisions made by older generations have hit millennials hard, and we should be able to point them out without being called whiny.
Millennials are unfairly being singled out as being a whiners and malcontent, dissatisfied with life and the world. And it’s not just my imagination — according to a Reason-Rupe poll, 71 percent of American adults think 18- to 29-year-olds are selfish, and 65 percent of them say we are entitled. A survey by project management company Workfront found that 55 percent of workers tag their millennial colleagues as the biggest complainers.
So are they right? Are millennials entitled and selfish? Should we stop whining? On the contrary — we should complain more and do it louder. Here’s why.