Chuckling at the undervalued, underpaid thing How do they know? There’s millennials in their 30s now You talk to them and interview them and they have the working experience you would expect of someone ten to twelve years younger. They’ve barely begun working “Took some time off”. from what ? The looming idea of work? How do you know what your value is if you’ve never held a job long enough to receive a promotion? Or heaven forbid deserve or EARN a promotion? Or even complete OJT at previous positions? Most retail chains have a 90 vetting process I’m looking at 30 year olds that have consistently not completed employment long enough to get through that time period and they’re writing this stuff on a resume acting like it’s “experienced” It’s a track record of failure, is what it is. Millennials don’t speak English They need a translator When they say “valued” they mean “coddled” when they say “pay” they mean “supported” Value is demonstrated Pay is earned Parents coddle and support When you leave the nest you take responsibility for yourself Each and every millennial I’ve encountered expects the corporation and country to be surrogate parents and then preaches “freedom” How can you be free if you don’t control your own direction... or have a drivers license for crying out loud!? Oh... having a DL is too much personal liability I’ve been told that numerous times.