The Importance Of No2ta Millennials

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No2ta millennials see life from another perspective than their parents, they differ in the way of working, communicating, playing, and even loving. The new modern tools used by millennials are a reason for why a lot of people consider them a lazy generation that is not ready to make a real change into the world. In his article “Meet the First Digital Generation. Now Get Ready To Play By Their Rules” Adler states “millennials consume so much media they can’t concentrate, torn as they are between texting, posting on Facebook, and watching YouTube”, Adler then continues to admit that “Technology has shaped not just how they navigate the world but how they see themselves”. Internet and videogames have redefined teenagers thinking and shaped …show more content…
Millennials are used on replying for emails, answering calls and solving problems on the go, and that is why they do not feel comfortable spending eight hours daily on a desk abiding by strict rules made by their bosses and compiling for what they are told to do. Most millennials believe that they work to live and not the opposite, that is why they are not attracted for jobs of high working hours, low salaries, and boring routine. Sweeney describes them, “they don’t want to work 80 hours a week and sacrifice their health and their leisure time, even for considerably high salaries. Yet they expect to earn incomes exceeding their parents”. Millennials are also known for being the least informed generation about the world. By which a recent Pew Research Center study of the public 's knowledge of current events has offered a chance for millennials to perform a quiz of 12 questions about news, but they ended up achieving a poor average of 7.8 being the last between any other age group. Millennials are hated by other people for being ignorant, they do not watch or seek for learning useful things from Television or Internet but yet they cannot be totally blamed because in these days informing tools as Television are full of misleading and mysterious purposes. Howard Beale in the Network film admits “Television is a circus, a carnival, a traveling troupe of acrobats, storytellers, dancers, singers, jugglers, sideshow freaks, lion tamers, and football

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