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    At fifteen years old a young girl is in Target texting away on her phone, to most a teenage girl having a phone is completely normal to the left of her is her little sister who is nine years old and has a phone texting this would get a second look who could a nine year old possibly be texting? The two girls are not alone there is a mom and father with them who are on their phones too. In most everyday culture this is very normal these group of people are the Generation Y also known as The…

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    In my personal opinion I think that eletronic voting is useful and unique, especially in this day and age. Times are changing, that means so is the advancing of technology and the way it's incorporated in everyday life. I also understand the conflict that many adults and seniors come across such as confusion or lack of tech knowledge. EVMs are a great way to vote primarily because it's faster and more accessible. I stand behind the EVMs to a certain degree meaning, I've used this voting…

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    In the July 4th, 2016 New York Post article “I’m millennial and my generation sucks” by Johnny Oleksinski, he introduces himself as a member of the millennials and at the same time, describes that generation as the worst one. The author claims in his article that this generation is characterized as procrastinators, irresponsibility, and self-concern. He concludes with a list of some actions which can be useful to break the stereotype about millennials. Oleksinski begins his post by describing…

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    I enjoyed reading your post! I think you found a great article to write about. I agree that understanding the values between the generations is very important. Its helps to motivate workers to work better and keeps workplace united, instead separated in a small groups. Also, since generations got a different life positions its brings a diversity to the workplace. And as we talked before, diversity helps our workplaces to progress and develop. Its very important for new generation managers and…

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    Why are people in the under-thirty generation not as hardworking and driven as the people from earlier generations? People in the last thirty years have been becoming dumber. Sources A, D, and G talk about how why under-thirty generation is the dumbest. They say that the under-thirty generation is the dumbest because they have many more resources that they can use to get things done, so they don’t have to put in as much effort. The under-thirty generation is the dumbest because technology is…

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    Today, many past generations are critical of millennials and generation Z, however, this criticism seems misdirected and simply rash. There is a lot of contradictions in the analysis of this generation by social scientists. On one side, some believe this generation lacks motivation and independence, whereas other scientists analyze this generation as creative and optimistic. Social scientists are still researching this new cohort, but their research so far is in the positive light. Typically, if…

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    It is a well known assumption that Millennials have a relatively easy life, being born into the era of booming technological marvels while having a surplus of everything. Technology brought them closer together and makes work easier. It also makes Millennials’s way of life more different than any older generations. As Millennials are not just being considered lazy by other generations, studies also found out that they considered themselves as “greedy, self-absorbed and wasteful”. Personally, I…

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    The greatest generation is defined as the people who lived through the World War II era, and generation z, the people born into advancing technology. It may be thought that the two generations have nothing in common, but both are faced with many serious issues. Though the generations may have similarities, they have completely opposite causes. The greatest generation is full of people living with depression, alcohol abuse, people based on societal approval and anxiety but can the issues baby…

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    Members of the Lost Generation are known for being apathetic expatriates who go against traditional relationships, religion, and gender stereotypes. Since this generation is uncertain for their future, they don’t trust their political leaders and use alcohol to escape their reality. Generation Z is quite similar to the Lost Generation. Various people have argued that my generation is the next Lost Generation due to the indistinguishable qualities they share. Within the first chapter of The Sun…

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    If you grew up listening to Britney Spears, The Backstreet Boys, or can name a song from Justin Bieber, you might be a millennial. Anyone who was born during 1980- 2000 is known as a millennial. The Millennial Generation has negative assumptions regarding their character and integrity. My birth year being 1998 distinguishes me in this category. When people view as a young adult, they will view the typical lazy millennial. My age is a part of my identity and it affects how people judge who I am…

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