How Do You Questions Youthful Adults and Millennials Asks Parents


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Getting a handle on how to be on their own can be a challenge for even the most mature and independent millennials and young adults. Parents are often the first line of information for questions about managing just about anything in their newly independent lives. The majority of unmarried and childless young adults want to marry and reproduce someday but not necessarily in that order.

Millennials have no problem cohabiting with a partner or having kids out of wedlock. Savings. Parents of millennials are notoriously helicopter parents, which inhibits young adults from becoming independent and learning to solve their own problems.” ― Tara Griffith, a therapist and founder of Wellspace SF, a San Francisco community of licensed therapists, nutritionists and certified coaches.

Our 20s can feel like being smothered in questions, but if we don’t ask the right questions, we will forever remain stuck. After years of struggle, studying, searching and being un-glamorously squashed over and over again, here are 11 questions I believe every twentysomething needs to ask to be successful: 1. Many parents of millennials are financially supporting their adult kids, paying some or all of their monthly expenses, including groceries, cell. 6. Millennials aren’t trying to reinvent the wheel.

They have a great respect and gratitude for their own parents and really know how to give their kids roots and wings. Many millennials move closer to family when they become parents, and that kind of generational continuity is a great gift to their children. An adolescent-assisted list of alternate conversation starters. With some help from my oldest son, Jackson Rettew, and his classmates at the Mount Mansfield Union High School in Jericho, Vermont. What Parents of Young Adults Should Do. I will respect my young adult’s privacy.

Though I may still sometimes view my young adult as a 7 year old in need of parenting and discipline, I will remember that, at 18 and on, my child is no longer my legal responsibility, and I will, within reason (barring concerns about health and well being) refrain from asking prying questions. For a variety of reasons, your young adult child may choose or need to move back home. A “boomerang kid” is a young adult that has decided to move back in with their parent(s) after experiencing independence from the home. When your grown-up child moves back home, it’s best to draw up a contract to outline expectations and financial agreements. And I’m not alone: Millennials and their parents are proving to have a special bond that’s unlike previous generations.

A recent study by Dr. Karen Fingerman, who specializes in adult development and aging at UT Austin, revealed that “parental involvement with young adult children has increased dramatically over the past few decades.”.

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When they ask questions such as, ‘What do you think I should do?’ or ‘What would you do?’, parents are often seeking acknowledgement of the magnitude of their dilemma or acceptance of the decision they have tentatively made.

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Use open-ended questions to allow parents to share more information and describe more of the children’s situation.

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When you ask them what their plans are for the future, their answers describe a future you might associate with someone forty years younger.

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Close-ended questions (e.g., “Did you do any of the following in your twenties: walk?

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In asking them, parents are also asking questions about their own life: its meaning, its value, and its challenges.

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Ask, for example, “What do you do best as a parent?” or “What is your favorite thing about being a parent?”

“Child Abuse and Culture: Working with Diverse Families” by Lisa Aronson Fontes, Jon R. Conte
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Guilford Publications, 2008

• Previous and current relationship with parents: Ask about the relationship with parents.

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“Has your relationship to your parents changed since you were younger?” and “What do you think the relationship will be like in 5 years?”

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by Kathryn A. Kerns, Rhonda A. Richardson
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If they begin by asking, “Were your parents successful?”

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Questions also probed their future goals and their views of their current situations.15 The separate interviews with the parents and one sibling asked for their assessment of how the young adult was doing; I also asked them about their roles in the young adult’s educational experiences and jobs.

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  • Did I really just spend 8 minutes watching 3 people desperately trying to relate to 18 year olds take a single buzzfeed quiz, the lack of content is astounding

  • This man drink alcohol so it’s OK for him, what about abortion asswhole some abortion was good too much abortion was bad, this type of people whose working in porn industry and give you advice by saying you have porn addiction, was porn bad, porn addiction bad or porn industry bad if you give excuse by avoiding as porn industry is bad as answer than you are porn addict that’s why I don’t listen to Christian they himself has addiction on porn, alcohol and pig eating but give useless advice to others by saying mine was okay funny is they done that in the name of science lmao

  • This is so stupid. If you call someone addicted is so strange. There are so many People who arent addicted people and have depression.

  • On that last point. Very self evident about the lack of mentorship and short term gains versus long term development, when you take a look at most of the jobs advertisement, even for something that they describe as entry level, you still need at least 5 years experience, because they aren’t interested in adding to the pool of knowledge and experience,, they just want to plunder it.

  • I don’t know if anybody else has pointed this out or not be the age range for gen z is compleatly incorrect. It goes from around 2000 to 2015, not 1995 to 2005.

  • Because no one seems to know the answer, how did this whole labelling of people based on their approximate birth year even started? Was this asshole the starter of it? Other than this topic, I don’t know what is the significant contribution this asshole has made to humanity or the world. Even a fiction book? Don’t think so.

    I didn’t use to live with any such labels except to may be represent someone older we say 70s, 80s etc.

    To speak in these terms, I would say the 90s was a generation that was subjected to enormous generational jealousy because we seemed to lack hatred and bigotry that previous ones were born with. We kind of took birth into the golden age and didn’t necessarily think in terms of limitation or corporate greed. This angered the previous generation which clawed and used hook and crook and destroying away their own life just to get a living. Groups of these people like freemasonry and other social climber clubs must have decided to eliminate any real life possibilities for this new group which does not contain the same evil and same survival sickness. Hence we born with all possibilities of life, see that only those who imitate the generation before us, by either being their bitches or inheriting the same social evils are the only ones getting selected by the dinosaurs holding everything in control to be their successors. Millenials are a cheated, betrayed generation, their are strong in true human things and values, something that no one else truly had, and only acted as if they did.

  • Technology is bad, mmmkay? Lol, uh sure… Squares and rectangles. Technology does not = social media. I feel for those who are addicted to social media, but not those who are addicted to technology.

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  • It’s really annoying when people think gen z is like really childish and spoiled. Like we are VERY dark and maybe insane. Looking at Cursed memes and calling ourselves trash is what a lot of us do.

  • Unemployable. Zero work ethic. Physically and emotionally weak. Much better to train or retrain older workers. They show up on time, have pride in what they do and have WAY less drama. Throw out most applications from this age group and save yourself the horror of having to interview these whiney folks.

  • This is all very true but honestly, if I didn’t hit the workforce with tons of college debt during a recession just to work a couple years before a pandemic and an even bigger recession hit that cost my husband his job, then I’d be much better off. But yeah, we do lack a lot of deep characteristics that would have been developed if we didn’t constantly use technology as a crutch

  • No phones in meetings. Sorry I can’t do that unless my son is not at school and with someone who can handle any situation. I used to get calls from the school nearly daily and needed to go there ASAP. That said, I did not look at my phone unless it buzzed

  • Its always kinda weird seeing stuff like this because where I’m from if you’re a dude you’re either an electrician or plumber and if you’re a girl you’re an RN or a bank teller lol

  • Young people are so selfish today, if they don’t contribute financially or around the house then you have a problem. My kids are damaging my marriage because my wife thinks it’s ok for them to pay nothing and do nothing around the house.
    So I have two choices,
    1 keep working till I’m to old and fund them all.
    2. Sell up end my 34 year marriage and enjoy what time I have left on the planet.

  • Simon just told us a lot of bullshit. I dont have facebook or Instagram, I’m a very patient person, I never got a medall for beeing the last one, I hate cellphones and still I got the same problems like every other millenial. Guys its true the boomers don’t want to transver the wealth because the narcissism problem has already started with the boomers generation. They are not getting tired of telling us its all our own fault and we should work harder and educate ourself even more although most of the boomers don’t even have a proper education.


    I asked my mother if she is going to pass me her business (of course I was willed to work hard for my succes). Guess what she told me. naaahhh im going to sell it after i retired and I will even have a better life than now. WTF!!!

    When I asked my grandmother if she is going to pass me the family house or to anyone of her grandchilldren she started to laugh and told me a richer Person from outside could give her the money much faster than me (I’m not joking). I mean I know i have to work hard and earn my own stuff but giving away the family house destroyed my hope of having a Family.

    (We don’t have that much space in switzerland to build new houses you know, unless you pay like 2.2 million Dollars for a normal house)

    I’m 30 butt in the Company i work for they still call me Puppie because I’m the youngest in there.

    I mean can you believe that shit?

    Never let yourself be called lazy by such suckers like Simon.

  • I live with my parents, have a job and go to college. I live in one of the most expensive states (Hawaii). I help out my parents, they help me out in return. Personally I think these idiots are salty that we aren’t buying real estate.

  • I think this guy was speaking about GenZers’ (born between 1996 and 2010) almost everybody confuse the two generations. Millennials (born between 1981 and 1995) are more mature at this moment. And elder millennials grew up without cellphones.

  • I think most Millennials (not all of them of course) will continue to be a “thorn in the flesh” for a long time. It’s true that older generations always complain about younger generations however, what unique with the Millennial generation is that they are generally despised not only by the older generations (Boomers and Generation X), but also by the generation after them (Generation Z / Zoomers). Recently, I see more Zoomers who express that they don’t want to be associated with Milennials.

  • If he is considering millenials as a generation of people how can he undermine a generation on a common thought process.Everybody is different and work their own way and blaming an entire generation on based of perception of working attitude of a few people is pointless.

  • The legacy of millenials and generation Z will be mediocrity. This is what happens when you kill meritocracy and hire based on diversity hiring and to fill a certain quota.

  • Make school fun experiment is to blame. This late 90s thing should have been stopped when we realized it is a disaster.
    Kids would be much better off in rows of desks learning the traditional way.
    Technology should be improving schools.
    The education my kids are getting is much worse than my education was.

  • Turning the young into professionals is just too big a task to expect companies to do it. Some would rather pay 10-15000 more and hire a middle aged worker.

  • “gen z was born with a smartphone”. Uh, no. Gen z is like 9-22 years old now. Born 1997-2010. Smartphones (at least the iPhone) came out in 2007. Sure, we had computers as little kids, but we didn’t really get phones until (younger) millennials did, about 2012. Just because we’ve adapted more to technology and are more connected doesn’t mean we have always had smartphones. That’s the kids who are like 6 now. (Not gen z)

  • Translate this those kicks are dripping my fam but you look big mad so you Betta yeet a thing or two to get little mad my lit dude…

  • This dude explains this entitled, lazy, wimpy generation. Sadly, it’s their parents fault for golden child syndrome, failed discipline, diffusion of responsibility. Add that to the power of social media, and you have a confused, depressed, lost generation of young adults.

  • Was telling a 20-something about what it was like to get together with friends before cell phones (meet me at the bench by the Macys entrance at 6:15 tomorrow, then if they were late you’d have to sit there and wait hoping they were still coming). They genuinely asked “What if something better comes up?” Seems impossible to have deep, meaningful relationships with that attitude.

  • I was born in 88
    I’m more than happy with my life
    I’m still with my now wife from the age of 13 been together almost 20 years married for ten of them.
    We have 3 kids 17, 12, 7 that rather stay home with us and spend time as a family then going out and running around the streets.
    We both did not have the best bring up put throw the system most kids that go through the system ether end up in drugs, jail, homeless or worse dead before 18 what makes it hard when your in the system you can get lost or feel like no one cares are you and your alone. we have had countless of friends that ended up like that and only a small few make it or change there lifes and make something of them self.
    My sefy end up on drugs, in and out of court, moved to house to house with people i didn’t no, no one to show me the right from wrong due to no would desapplen me, worst feel having your mum come to your school in grade 2 with all your clothes in bags and say your not coming home in front of your friends and all was missed Understood by people that don’t understand you.
    My wife had somewhat the same.
    I’m hear to say no matter how hard life gets you if you try and push to a goal you can succeed in life. I did my apprenticeship as a mechanic not smart with Theory but put any motor in front of me I can pull it down fix it, rebuild it with out any book or instructions. I got appearances of the year 3 times in a row out of every mazda in Australia walked out of my apprenticeship to 2ic or a work shop for a year then manager for 2 years moved to manager of a big tyre shop and now run my our business all with in 10 years.
    My wife has pushed for every goal she has set and successfully completed them. Yes it dose help when we both support each other in what our goals are. And I always thought have all the money in the world would make me feel happy wall ill give you little advice
    Yes we have had times where we had money to just say hay I want that and just buy it with out having to think can we afford it and we seemed happy to everyone but really no we get the new thing then see the next and be unhappy until we got it. But in all honesty we don’t have a lot of money we use to scrap through week by week until my wife had enough and was ready to leave me because I would never talk about money and the really hit home for me everything I have ever know my love my soul my heart my rock my best friend and my kids where all about to leave really scared the shit out of me and felt like I was about to have a heart attack and drop right there. I begged her to give me one last chance to prove I want to change and I did it took a little she seen it in me I was trying my hardest every day to prove to her and now it me that brings up what we need to pay each week.
    But back to my point yes we now have savings but still not a lot of money and do you know if you have a roof over your head, food on you table even if it only one meal a day and a loving wife, girl friend, kids, parents or even just a pet to come home to every day your already richer them millionaires 99% of them only have there wifes, girlfriend’s, boyfriends or hundreds is because of there money and most of them don’t care up you only what you can give them.
    My wife is over the moon with where we get her for a present even if it was $2 or $100 and 8m the same im happy just to have a card and spend the day with my family. Every think just because someone says you will never make it in life honesty dont Listen because if you think it you won’t go fare just push it a side and keep push to your goals you will have hard times and won’t make it the 1st or 2nd time put keep pushing and one day you will make it where you wanted or Further then you through you would but always remember where you had to come from to get there because you may find someone that is trying to make it like you instead of putting them down like almost everyone for gets how hard they had and just let’s the power go to there head and I let it go to my head until my wife side one night ofter I Acted like a dick trying to show of she remaineded me just because I made my goals happen and have staff I can tell them what to do doesn’t main you can be a an ass reminder how your boss would treat you and everyone and you side one day if I’m ever the boss I’m going to be the best boss there is. From that day every day I would buy them coffee in the morning instead of going of when they mucked up a job I would just go out there and say ok so let move forward and see how we can fix it. And if it was Quiet or all the work was done I would give them the option to go home or stay and see of any more work comes in and once a month we would have breakfast and talk about any problems in the work shop or at home and then close up a 12pm and have a BBQ lunch and if it was a good month instead if myself getting a bounce for just seating there and making all the work i would share it with them because they are the ones that actually put in the hard work everyday to make the money and they all become some of the best workers I had ever seen just by doing a few thing differently and giving them time to have a say i turned should say we turned that workshop from getting shout down to a decent profitable shop just by working as a team. Remember I had nothing no one other then my wife girlfriend back then for any support and honesty we a surprised i actually leavex to see my 18th and 21st birthday to where I am now. Never let anyone tell you your not good enough or you will never make it because they feel Threatened by you making a life for yourself and or your family. Be proud of what you have never take anything for granted and don’t pass Opportunities down even if you don’t think your ready because at the end of the day you never know what your ready for unless you take the leap and just go for it.
    I honestly don’t thank anyone will read this but if you please tell you thought’s on my story.

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  • This is so true.
    I worked for a heritage charity. When in my early 30’s I decided I’m going to volunteer for this charity. I volunteered in this sector. Spent 6 years being trained, volunteered across 6 other heritage sites, sometimes at the same time. Bought myself up to be a temporary heritage property manager.
    Unfortunately I left because they bought in two other managers. Both girls, both in the their mid 20’s, 6 years out of Uni. Managers only 6 years after university, and they were already on their 2nd and and third manager position.
    Neither one of them were capable. One was a visitor services manager that was afraid of people. Who’d go running to the oldest volunteer for support when someone gave her grief. The other was so unfit and over weight she couldn’t actually do her job properly.
    They were both constantly off with stress.
    They wanted the titles of manager, and the boast factor that they’ve got degrees but not actually do the work.
    Yet the senior managers.loved them. Gave them so many chances despite fucking things up, yet someone like me with no uni qualifications, who had worked his way through experience alone, who knew how to deal with people because of 20 years of life experience, and would work all hours, got shoved to one side and pretty much pushed out of the roll in favour of these two gonks.

  • “the science is clear, people who spend more time on facebook are more depressed” so much wrong with this statement, the science isnt clear because coloration does not equal causation. also patience is a luxury in a paycheck to paycheck living reality

  • “Millennials here and around the world are children of immigrants” I think that shows a limited view of how the whole world works. I doubt if millennials in Bangladesh or Japan or Siberia or Jamaica are children of immigrants. In the Westernised industrialised countries, maybe, but people in underdeveloped lands are much less transient and any mass migration from such places is normally to the economically successful Westernised nations thus making the workforce now and of the future to be multi-racial

  • I am a millennial, which I recently found out, and although it may not be 100% true oh, I do find this to be mostly true about the people within my age group.

  • So…why there’s a lot of millennials that making fun of genz, I mean like dude you people sounds like a Boomer wait…a minute,I think I found the cycle
    Old gen: making fun of new gen
    New gen: making fun of old gen and newer gen
    Newer gen: will probably gonna continue this cycle

  • I dont agree with all of it because im a millennial and he mentioned Facebook and stuff that wasn’t even around when i was like 20 im 30 now and definitely not like that he just seems like he wanna talk down on the new generation period

  • It’s important for new graduates to work with a mentor or two to gain perspective about gaining skills that a company will want in the field of their interest. Companies are interested in individuals who will add value to their clients. Innovation will come from the next generation quickly if they are provided leadership and mentoring.

  • All the time am thinking how did he know all this… He’s not old to say he’s experienced and seen alot… Wowwwww… How could he be soo true… Am born in 1984 by the way��….

  • This guy have “i’m intelligent” look and is quite eloquent but i think you cannot categorize smth so broad as people who are born from 1980… it’s all seems either bizarre or fake.

  • How can people complain about the same exact people that raised them lol… i’m a GEN X ohhh the hypocrisy…i don’t have kids but i see this as crazy,,well millennial’s this is what i had to go through 30 yrs ago with this mind set

  • 1) we were raised in a period where divorced rates had reached new heights. Therefore many of our emotional needs were never met. We were probably raised by a single parent who tried his/her best to keep all the balls in the air.
    We were raised by a generation that experienced a economic boom “and if you work hard you can get everything you want when it comes to your material needs”.
    We were sold a pipe dream that doesn’t exist anymore.
    We were raised by a generation that was also projecting lots of high expectations on us. On how we should be, do or have. Trying to meet these expectations made us more inauthentic has we had to cope with a environment that looks like a shark pit now a days. And if you wanna win in life you have to compete and become a shark yourself.

    2) this whole thing about impatient and the need for instant gratification. We have already figured out that chasing the carrot on a hamster wheel is not going to get us anywhere or anything. What we want is to experience and feel more joy, purpose and satisfaction in this very moment. Yet we are still with one leg in this is old system created by sharks we are trying to survive in.

    3) no wonder we are the Burn-out generation or numbing ourselves down with all sorts of artificial stimulation.

    Wake the f*ck up people!

  • The (walkman) casette player was the first thing people were hooked in the beginning its first use was recording dictations or recording while in college so you wouldn’t miss anything then it moved to playing music their parents used to complain of kids ignoring playing in class not paying attention its funny today now another generation advanced in technology n now the same complaints are being made..the tube �� what it was once called was another big mistake of even hear it today from older people n kids saying that news organizations are brainwashing the people.many real older timers said would ruin the young generation now its the cell phone lol this is a sign that there time is up

  • The thing is though, their has never been proof for physical damage of technology, unless your on it 10 hrs a day every day, alcohol ruins your liver and your reputation, gambling ruins your financial situation, drugs ruin your mental health and physical health. Video games and social media make kids sad…… and that’s if their soft. They are lazy if they take leave of abstinence.

  • I am only 15, and the part about not having deep friendships and not trusting friends hit me so hard. I always told myself that I am not controlled by social media but anytime I saw a person that I know/friend get more likes and comments it would make me sad. I would tryna hide it like “I dont care” but deep down it hurt me and it shouldnt hurt. I am deleting my social media and even tho its hard because sometimes it can be fun but I am not ready yet because its really stressfull to me. I am trying to find myself and truly enjoy time WITH ME, and not people that dont talk to me and dont have common things bit still comment on my photos only once and act like they are my best friends just to show off that they are populor.

  • Some parents also try to raise their kids the same way they were raised. It doesn’t work to well because it’s a completely different world than it was then. The outside influence of the family makes the internal insufficient, bringing in a whole another experience than what the parents went through.

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  • I’m a millenial, born in 93 and my parents never told me I was special or that I could have anything I wanted. They usually told me I’m shit, worse than others and I will never achieve anything ������‍♀️

  • The message from this video really hit me hard even though i am younger than the millennial generation. I am feeling the exact same way that he described….

  • I don’t know but there are a lot of good things in the internet. Fitness, interesting lessons, financial literacy, legal investment instruments, deep inspirational stuff, religious stuff, etc. Millennials should just know how to use it properly.

  • Funny how millennials also have another feature Simon did not describe: you pour shit on them describing how crappy generation they ended up being and they will keep laughing.

  • I thought I was a millennial because I was born in the 90s. But it was the tail end of the 90s. (1997) Turns out I’m gen z so I’m having an identity crisis.

  • The devilish invention of the thumbs-up button.
    It triggers the need to feel accepted. But it’s being accepted by no matter who. By unknown people. The need for Facebook approval is very damaging.

  • My father hired a just graduated guy a few weeks ago. He had reasonable expectations from the young guy, such as coming to job on time, leaving office on time, doing some simple tasks, not to share critical information with competitors and so on. The newly hired guy kept insisting on coming to job late, leaving office earlier and he finally shared a critical information with a competitor. My father tried hard and believed that he could train the guy and made something out of him. Did not work at all. Unfortunately, younger generations does not have the understanding of discipline and they do not realize the importance of gaining experience. They think that they are already so great, they do not need further experience. And the most important point inappropriate attitude to seniors. My father is a 71 y.o. businessman with massive professional and life experience. The young guy could learn a lot while getting very good paid. Did not work at all. But I can’t blame the young guy, the problem must be with the education system. If not all, majority are the same.

  • Youre totally right Simon, but from bad things, also gd things happen. F. E. If i didnt watch my Phone, i probably never learned about things like lean manufacturing, learys rose, you, and many other mindsets not only leaders use, but also employees like me. These tools have helped me into a job where i love to work at, i feel fantastic Every Day, even in the bad days, i can Carry it. And my motivation never silences. Theres an endless inner fire in me that gets me to the point that in eveything i do, i do either good or great. Point is, we also need the bad things for sure, its perfect,if you know how to deal with it off course, otherwise its a curse we cant handle. Thx for helping out others, ur a prodigy. Grtz from belgium

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  • I love hearing Simon speak. He is entertaining and insightful. But today I realized he is talking about the privileged white middle and upper middle class. As a white male, it saddens me that he probably himself doesn’t realize that for probably millions of people, his words sound smug and ridiculous, because these people have nothing in common with the spoiled white middle/upper middle class he is talking about. What about THOSE people Simon?

  • I love pseudo intellectuals who generalize an entire generation. Its ok my guy. The sun is setting on the boomers, and rising on the Millenials. Are you prepared?

  • Gen z means that you either fallow trends too much or you literally couldnt give any less shits about them. No gen z is ever in the middle

    Edit: well, i mean the only people in the middle are the ones who look at memes and nothing else

  • I found myself too into mediocrity 3 months ago after some situation
    & promised myself that i will make sure i’ll end it all & live a proactive life also that i’ll make people live their life through my work.
    Millennial is just a label or age stereo & we will change what we are taunted for beacuse we have the strength to make this world a better place together.

  • I want to share this to y’all beautiful people
    I just realized that I’m way more different than before. Like, before, When I go to the bathroom without my phone, I always thinking about something, like What would I be 10 years from now, stuffs like that,
    But now, going in the bathroom with my phone and just scrolling, chatting, commenting on Facebook It’s like being stuck in that place, like there’s no improvement or less productive. Unlike before, after thinking about my dreams, it gives me motivation, I just want to start working on it. Now I have to fix my life.
    This man Spits Truth.

  • Love the insights. Helps me understand our employees better. I wish this video didn’t have looping “The Day After Tomorrow” soundtrack though. Very distracting and awkward against the objective commentary.

  • This dude is so right. I’m a damn 20 year old who went through quarantine and agree with everything he said. Good to hear the likemindedness.

  • Maybe corona virus is the answer hhhhh work at home, company’s don’t need to pay rent for office, and no free food as u scared of corona how suitibell

  • The real problem is that most people I’ve encountered including “boomers” “don’t have time to talk” to you. “Don’t have time” to socialize.

  • What a great video. At last, someone prepared to tell the millennial generation what they don’t want to hear the truth. The awful sense of entitlement, the sense of victory through failure, everything’s always everyone else’s fault. The terrible narcism that runs through that generation. So needy. Always have to have something wrong with them, some allergy. Attention vampires. Social media has an awful lot to answer for where this generation is concerned.

  • I think he’s a bit simplistic in looking at thé younger generation. Maybr consider looking on how they babyboomers failed at their Task en responsibilities.

  • What a gross generalization of people. If this video did something for you then he’s telling you everything you already want to hear.

  • My stance on this is damn why do people gotta be so rude. I only live with my mom because I don’t want her to be homeless. I work and help with bills and everything but rent is too damn expensive nowadays to live by yourself

  • People, and not just millennials, have to stop deflecting and take responsibility for their life. Say they had a tough hand dealt to them is giving them further coddling. I’ll give my mother and my sisters and I as examples. Our mother was beaten as a child, her father died when she was 8, through an arranged marriage she spent her life with an alcoholic and she had a third grade education.

    Knowing this about her, guess how many times she hit my sisters or me…. ZERO. My dad being an alcoholic, do you think at either my sisters or myself are alcoholics. If you answer “none pf use” you’d be right. Of the three siblings none of us hit our kids. So we turned out OK because our mother, with a 3rd grade education and no role models was intelligent enough to say. I will never hit my kids the way i was hit. My sisters and learned from that. We are also smart enough not to repeat our father’s addict behaviour.

    People need to smarten up and not blame the world for their problems. this is coming from a guy who’s had major depressions and a chronic illness. Is the world a hard and heartless place… yes most of the time.

  • We have a FREELOADER living with us,, He is 40 has kids staying with us on weekends, has a job does not pay anything or do anything.. I have Parkinson. I have to work part time to buy extra food..

  • I never understand cheezy music under this kind of speach….do we need this so we know that this is a moving speech? otherwise would be to stupid?

  • I remember as a kid growing up i played baseball a lot. I was lucky enough to be a part of a talented team to where we always won, we were used to it. After 3 years, i was 8 years old and we finally lost a game and it was a championship game. Second place didnt get ANYTHING at all and I told myself, “this feeling sucks, I have to try harder so I never get that feeling again.” For the next 7 years I worked and worked with different professionals and when I stopped playing at 15 (health reasons) I looked back and loved the process i went through because my mental strength increased so much and I wish thats something kids today would understand

  • social media screws up lives, and the things that needs to be done won’t be done. it’s all about, look at me. look what I have look what I can look where I am.

  • Lets get real, this man knows what he is talking about,
    you youngsters think you know it all, how do you know it all,
    Through the generations that have given you the freedom, through their
    Past, of wars,and sacrifice, even their lives.
    You are lucky to be living through decades of peace, be thankful, and learn the lesson
    Of humility,

  • Boomers you need to chill out. You have no idea what we go through on a daily basis and how hard we work to be who we are. You have no idea who we are and where we come from. Some of us have seen crap that you guys never had to. Sandy Hook was in a freaking elementary school for Christ sake. You have no idea the strain that you have laid upon not only the gen y, but gen z as well. We grew up in a war that is STILL going on that no one talks about anymore almost 20 years later. We have seen mass shootings bombings and some of us remember September 11th we were children! So give us a damn break. Yeah some people are airheads, that doesn’t just go for anyone under the age of 30. There are people I know 3x my age that are dumber than a box of rocks. So shut up and sit your happy ass down, cause here is the scary thing one day we will rule this world, and have to fix the mistakes that you guys made.

  • I think porn is also another factor, also high dopamine release, temporary relief, unrealistic expectations and our generation is the first with such unprecedented access.

  • It’s essentially akin a Telegraph reader’s mentality but packaged in a young, hip, understanding way using young people’s language.

  • i have saw one like her and its like im going to explode because he didnt help his very old father because he is lifting very heavy bags and she does nothing like what the heck is wrong with her

  • Boomers;
    “I’m gonna kick ass at life!”

    Gen Xers;
    “Fuck life, who gives a shit.”

    “I aM GoNNa Be ThE ADuLtiEsT aDuLt ThAt EvEr aDuLteD! YAAAAY ME!

  • The impatience didn’t start with cell pones or computers; it started with microwaves. I am Gen Jones (age 60) and I grew up before microwaves. When I was 18, my family got a microwave and suddenly a minute felt like a loooooooooong time. I noticed people got so impatient after microwaves. Of course computers, internet, and smart phones just exacerbate that impatience.

  • I’m 37 and I’ve been working in Corporate America for 15 years, and I have never met an actual corporate employee who behaves like this girl. (teenagers working in Forever 21, sure, but teenagers don’t apply for corporate jobs.) I’m calling bullshit. This is just another example of Boomers complaining about “kids these days”, even though Boomers hated it when their parents said the exact same things about them. The Boomer generation has an abusive relationship with everyone younger than themselves.

  • A graduate of MIT, she is obviously a smart individual. Wanting something that you haven’t earned is human, typical and forgivable. Expecting it is stupid, over indulged and delusional.
    All of the most successful people I know are tireless, hardworking, smart decision-making go-getters. An MIT grad is qualified to make her or his desired reality come to life if they are willing to do the work.

  • How can a millennial solve big problems with no life experience that somehow those with decades of life experience seemed to have not been able to. Earning big salaries, how can you justify that especially since they don’t want to work long hours or exert themselves.

  • You know that technically Millennials are born between 1981-1996. That’s my age group and we are the ones in top jobs around the world. And that’s statistics speaking. These kids that everyone refers to as “Millennials” are actually Gen Z. And that’s everyone born 1997-2012. My oldest kid was born in 1999 and just turned 21 a few months back. She falls in the same Generation as my youngest who will be 15 soon and yes sadly there is alot of young people like this girl on this video who are just plain clueless and think the world owes them something. But the biggest reason they act like this is the fault of they’re parents. If you baby your child and act like they do no wrong when they fuck up then yes they will eventually turn into worthless individuals. My daughter could not wait to graduate and get a job and start planning for her future. She did it all on her own and only asked for help with little stuff like filling out applications, setting up resumes and filing taxes properly. Children learn from the examples you set forth for them. If you want good, smart, independent children who want to conquer the world, then raise them with proper values and skills to allow them to be productive members of society. And teach them that the world owes them nothing and if they want something they have to go out and get it themselves.

  • Just because you want something don’t mean it’s gonna happen Its called life is tough an move on just like the rest of humanity has done for millennia. If your lucky you’ll find that awesome job you want, and if your not lucky you’ll be working flipping burgers or digging ditches, I did both till I got my fantasy job, so don’t think your any different than the rest of us an I didn’t start when I was 26, I started my first job when I was in 11th grade an kept right on going. Unless your born with the proverbial silver spoon up your ass, then you have nothing to worry about.

  • What’s funny is people would say “Oh wait til these kids enter the workplace then they’ll get a taste of reality’. Well they’ve entered the workplace fuckheads and now there are 3 Bathrooms in every office, mental days, the temp is kept at 75 degrees, and your ass is outta work for a comment u made in your home 10 years ago.

  • The people older than millenials can get up at 7am, but they don’t have skills in MS Excel either. But who cares for Excel really…

  • Most kids who grow in a wealthy family are like this.
    They don’t understand the value of hard work and they think that they’re special and they will achieve great things in life without putting in effort.
    I’m glad that my parents didn’t spoil me when I was young. (Partly because we were really that rich)

  • “I am not feeling very safe.” I actually heard that from a college student who was taking a class in old cartoons and animation, which discussed some of the racist aspects of the old cartoons. I was eating my dinner at the hotel where she worked and showed her some examples of Droopy Dog cartoons in which his friend Butch got struck by lightning and was burnt to look like a picaninny Black girl. She immediately said she “didn’t feel safe” with the discussion and that was the end of the conversation. Close minded Millennials….

  • How do companies provide an opportunity to teach these skills (or change their cultures) when they are, most of the time, run by individuals from the same generation who failed to teach these skills to this generation while they were growing up their parents?

  • Honestly, if that’s the mindset that is being interviewed, it might be wise to have an HR rep present so this kind of crap doesn’t backfire on the employer.

  • as a fringe Millennial (just past gen x and into Millennial territory) I can say, there are some people like this, but the makes most Millennials cringe. Hopefully people aren’t using this to denigrate and stereotype us as lazy self centered social media whores with a bad work ethic. Most of us are angry, frustrated, unhappy, and tired of old skool boomer-era bullshit that has been proven not to work. Sincerely, Millennial. Thank you.

  • But I have 5 alarms and snoozes inbetween…..

    Seriously though I really only have my phone for music, discord, and if someone needs to call me at anytime. I agree with what he said and I see it in not only my generation but others as well. My job is not kind to it’s employees anymore (the changes in policy have really hurt people to the point that collecting unemployment resulted in a larger paycheck for their families. This is pre COVID) and watching my fellow associates try to keep up and cope is depressing in itself and frustrating since the old ways were more effective and less obstructive to our day.

  • The American culture was taught to be more independent but what some ppl don’t realize is that independence comes with a price. I say just stack your money, help with bills and do a couples chores. Don’t be so quick to put yourself in debt trying to live the American Dream.

  • I’m afraid a lot of older loving parents are responsible for this kind of behavior. This is what they got for trying to create a better life for their children than they had. Spare the rod and spoil the child! I don’t know who said that but they definitely knew what they were talking about.

  • With 13,000 thumbs down you must have hit quite a few of these little basement dwellers square in the ass with this video ha ha ha

  • I believe most men and women have a different viewpoint with work. That pie chart did not break it down into genders. Women like to find a work/life balance and have a satisfying career that’s fulfilling. Where I think most men just want to do whatever it takes to make more money. They’re thinking that they can have a good life outside of their job. Men will most likely not like the job in 5 to 10 years but it pays bank! I say godspeed to these two women but you’re going to look back on this video in 10 years and just laugh!

  • What if your still living with mom because your helping her out with bills my mom can’t afford to be on her own so I’m home helping her out other then that I rather be on my own I just wish I can get her to stop treating me as a butler ��

  • lol…the funniest thing about this sketch is that the interviewer classifies Power Point and Excel as “technology” (a Ph.D. Aerospace Engineer who works for a large American defense contractor’s Missile Systems company.

  • We can cry all we want, but this is going to get more extreme with each generation. Addiction to technology would become such a norm, that it won’t be considered “addiction” anymore. Our brains will become more lazy because artificial intelligence will do everything for us. Younger generation already has weaker memory, because of the easy access to information (they didn’t have to memorize half of the shit older generation had to, because they can “google it” now, thus they don’t train their memory as much).

  • Okay so you wanna tell me that z are smarter then millenials and can do more well I think I’m a gen 0 then cause clearly I’m out working millenials and z

  • Crazy how these 4 characteristics are true. My boss actually told me he promoted me because I stayed with him longer than anyone else. I stood by him through 20+ employees quitting in less than 8 months. Turn over rate was baaaaad! My boss is alright though not as bad as many others.

  • WORKING OUT is the cure to the depression, anxiety, boring, etc… Working out create discipline which will later be good for other life activities… Best luck from one millennial…

  • Millennial here. My job includes teaching technology to boomers. If it’s a device they haven’t used before, they can’t even find the power button. If the company replaces their ancient computers with new ones, or a piece of software has an update that changes the UI, and suddenly all the boomers become completely unable to perform their jobs. I’ve even pointed to their monitor and told them to click on a button, and they’re not sure whether they should press the screen with their finger or if they should use the mouse.

    Like in this video, he thinks technologically adapt means being able to use Microsoft Office. To anyone younger than 40, this is an absolutely laughable requirement. Not because it’s difficult, but because almost everyone can use it, and those who haven’t used it before are literally one google search away from becoming proficient in it. It’s like asking “Are you adept at using the Nespresso coffee machine we have in the break room?” Don’t worry, grandpa, I’ll fucking manage. I’m sure you spent years learning it, but most younger generations have adapted so well to technology we can easily understand it even if we never used it before.

    For example, one of my tasks include helping people (boomers) use their phones. I personally use a Samsung, and have barely ever used an iphone. Yet, I’m infinitely better at using their iphones than they are, despite the only smartphones they’ve ever used are iphones. Another example is Excel, ironically. I’ve seen boomers who are “adept at Excel” use it like a fucking typewriter, and doing everything in the most tedious and time consuming way possible. Like spelling out every date through the year individually, rather than just dragging the box and let Excel fill it out automatically. One of my bosses typed using only his index fingers. I was just silently staring at him laboriously trying to type out a report, one word per minute. I also trained a boomer to use his computer, and he even had to look got the Enter key before he could find it.

    Even that Strawman millennial in this video would hands down be more adept at Microsoft Office than that old dude. He wouldn’t stand a chance. She’s been texting her whole life. She’ll blast out a report in a heartbeat, using her phone btw, which would take a boomer about 3 hours on a computer.

  • I was born in ‘97 and I feel like a young millennial and that’s what I identify myself as, Idgaf what fake “sources” say. They can’t tell me what I vividly remembered or experienced during my childhood

  • You can live at home but don’t Destroy the person/parent helping. Verbal abuse and destruction of the home are not okay. Calling the parent names is not right. The best thing is to not allow the abuse while they’re living in the Parent’s home. Abuse is Abuse.

  • I’m 22 years old, I denied the military and college. I decided to go into the workforce when I graduated, after 2 years I retired from retail and became an electrician. I was broke as hell for 3 years after I graduated and I still live with my aunt. I’m getting more money being in the trade than retail. It’s mostly about the circumstances and not being a lazy piece of shit in some cases.

  • There is no way that’s someone from Gen Z. 1. No body talks like that. 2. She looks like a millennial who was put into children clothes. And 3. The oldest Gen Z is around 19ish (correct me if I’m wrong) and the youngest around 10 or 12. Again correct me if I’m wrong with the ages. Also ik this because I’m gen z.

  • I’m Gen Z but I don’t play Fortnite, never did, never will, and I don’t like it either. I play Minecraft but can’t enjoy it cos I have to play it on my garbage tablet.

  • * who’s celeb in India used green toothbrush with batteries on it?

    * what is the next evolution of a yeti?

    * who’s sonic the hedgehog’s brother?

    * what was the first kissing scene in the hollywood histor?

    * what kind of plastic material did they used on plastic fidget spinner toys?

    answer nah, ya’ll gay and retards!

  • He doesn’t see how unique our generation is. We are our strongest critics and we are constantly wanting change to challenge ourselves. I was born March 1990 and i am glued to my phone but it doesn’t mean I have no social skills or it’s ruining my relationships. We are adapting to new things better than most generations. Also, now with this pandemic you will see just how much change we can make. This is our time!:) I absolutely loved this guy tho lol witty and made sense but missed a lot of parts.

  • If you have adult kids living at home they need to take a drug test and you need to go with them.  No test, then they are out.  If you do your home work you will find that most adult kids living at home and unemployed are unemployable due to drug use.  My parents secretly planed to retire the week after my younger sister graduated high school and they did.  They had already bought a home out of state and sold our home in only five weeks.  For years they told us the plan but we never believed them.  Every member of our family are totally self-contained, completely independent and successful.  We depend on ourselves and never live off of anyone no matter what happens and have done it for 48 years.

  • personal responsability is what changes a persons bad self confidence. that is not the responsability of corporations. we have tried that. and it is impossible to change another person without them doing the work. but the other points are good

  • buzzfeed couldn’t find any teenagers to participate because they know buzz feed is universally hated amongst us generation z kids so they dressed up a millennial in target clothing

  • Arab parent will never ever tell they’re kids to move out of the house �� and support their kids until they stand on their feet you Christian or western society treat your kids like if he isn’t yours

  • Everyone’s hating on the poor girl, maybe tears just her style choice. Just because they’re in your generation does NOT mean they’re going to have everything in common with you.

  • i was born in 2011 and im gen z STOP GATEKEEPING PEOPLE and i no use zoom so when my kids say ok zoomer ill say i used google classroom for my online classes and then ill ruin mean kids llives gen z

  • i love how everyone is talking about gen z but noone mentions alphas
    (i get it, the oldest alphas are still kindergarten children in 2020 but they exist)

  • This guy is a stupid persons idea of a smart person. No one is more entitled than boomers, calling Gen Y entitled is just projection.

  • Eileen demonstrates another issue millennials have SPEAKING CLEARLY! Quit mumbling Eileen. Quit whispering Eileen. Speak clearly!!!!
    The way you speak now makes you look as insecure as you, no doubt, are. You’ll never find and hold a good job if people have to strain to hear what you’re trying to say!

  • Hi I’m a millennial who is in the workforce. Work/life balance is a myth. Suck it up, pay your dues, and hopefully you get to a point you can throttle back. But if your not willing to go the extra mile when your young somebody else will be and you’ll just get passed by and stuck at the bottom. It’s dog eat dog, hope you brought a helmet.

  • Gen Z highest dropouts highest drug problems and highest homeless rates. No future goals or dreams. No ego or pride in anything. Mostly followers and less face to face gatherings. Less hobbies the infographic show is bs on this video.

  • I have a rule in my house unless you know someone in a critical condition in hospital and you still leave your phone turned on you didn’t come to see me you came for the free food and coffee, go to a cafe because Im not buying

  • I am a GenZ and I actually work around my house and help my parents really really well and usually only ever ask for money if I am just joking with them. And I am 13.

  • The next generation can’t make fun of us we make fun of them While they’re not even born yet.
    EW BABYS��������������
    Edit: I won’t have kids ����

  • where are the sources for credibility to the claims in this video? Just an opinion from a younger person? Claims needs to come from a source.

  • Born in 99 I don’t fit anywhere not Gen Y or Gen Z, honesty I think if you were born before 2001 and after 1995 we should have our own generation call it Gen Cusp or Gen Q?
    Gen Cusp where you at 1996-2000???

  • I am Gen Y. I was born in 1987 AD, and proud of it. My generation has “Rocko’s Modern Life”. At 33 during this COVID-19 pandemic I have started my own business. I’m a luthier, and I will expand to learn how to repair band instruments. �� Thank you The Infographics Show for another amazing Webisode.

  • millenials think that nothing in life mattering is a bad thing, gen z are nihilistic idiots who can riot against the government but cant call the doctors and you know im right im like that too it’s ok

  • 3:11 Keyword: Workplace. If we do it via video, we can also game in the background which is why we evolved multitasking.

    We are scared of what the next generation brings given our current state of humor.

  • You want to ‘solve big problems’ that ‘help the community’ while working from home. Sounds reasonable, every company needs young and inexperienced employees who don’t spend time at the office making the big decisions. /s

    These children say that money isn’t important but complain they don’t make enough to live the way they want to live…and can’t seem to connect the dots between doing whatever it is that you need to do with being able to afford that life you want.

    Job satisfaction
    Personal time
    (You get to pick two but the 3rd you have to suck up and live with)

    I’m glad I’ll be retired and out of the path of destruction before these airheads are in senior management.

  • Boomers: I hate boys with ear rings
    Gen y: this is my 10th divorce
    Millennials: I hate my life
    Gen z: C O U C H
    Alphas: goo goo Gaga

  • When you were born in 1994 or 1995 and are a seasoned blend of Millennial and Gen Z enough to understand and empathize with both generations.
    “Perfectly balanced… as all things should be.”

  • According to Wikipedia, I read that the definition of the birth years of Millennials were born in between 1981 and 1996, so the ages are in between 24 and 39 as of this year in 2020.

  • You’ll want to change the world but expect to work for somebody else. No one from these ivy league colleges mentioned entrepreneurship once!

  • Parents need to be more strict you’re disabling your kids by being to giving.

    Be that generous parent when they’re responsible adults.

  • I am about her age (I can only guess her age), and although I dont aspire to be everything she is not, I try to be nothing that she is.

  • I don’t know, I think my parent’s situation is worst. How about 3 adult children living at home, the oldest is mentally disabled so we’ll leave him out. They don’t do anything to help our elderly parents who walk around with cranes. I left the house in my twenties and never went back to live. My brother has his own place but still goes over to my parents’ house every day, I don’t think he goes back to his apartment? Maybe for a little while. My mom pays his rent and the apartment is in her name. Damn, I wish I could have that luxury. He doesn’t have a job anymore, going through temp agencies even though he could’ve had a real job if he listened to me. My sister is 35 years old and has never worked a day in her life. Btw, they both have college degrees. As for me, you’re probably wondering if I am truly related to these people, and I was too at one point. I have two copies of my birth certificate. So, unfortunately, I am. -Tired of being punished for doing the right things in life

  • While I am a millinial, me and my boss have a decent business relationship. I give him consistent results and he pays me well.

    Your objective as an employee is to become skilled and efficient at your job and bring profit to your company. Through your profit you have leeway over your employer. Become an asset to your company and they will be more inclined to give you a raise when you ask for it, if not find someone who will pay you more. If you’re an asset they will want to keep you.

    I’m not obligated to spend my entire life at a company because the relationship is based on mutual benefit.

    Understand, companies only care about results.

  • If he made more of an effort they probably would’ve let him live there longer. I don’t think the issue lies in the children living at home, rather, it’s their conduct that matters. provide for the family and be conscientious of your actions because they affect everyone in the household. multigenerational living works in other cultures and has a lot of value. however, in America, we have strong beliefs about independence.

  • Kids should be out at 18. Parent who support adult children are only hindering their future and creating unsociable losers, who don’t contribute to society.

  • To those of you putting down the interviewer as a millennial, or saying it was over his head or he’s dumb. The person interviewing him is Tom Bilyeu who is the co-founder of billion-dollar brand Quest Nutrition and the co-founder and host of Impact Theory. So, while he’s being called stupid on YouTube I’m not sure he cares what keyboard warriors think of him…

  • look at this dumb bitch making demands of what they expect their employers to offer, you will be lucky to get a job flipping burgers at mcdonalds so just accept that as your role in life and forget all the grooming you have gone through at this point telling you that you can do what you want, be what you want, have what you want, all that shit……… is fantasy, the longer it takes you to realise that the real world is the complete opposite of what you have been told all your life, the easier it will be for you to adjust to it. the reality is that a very small percentage of people do what they want to do and the rest of us have to do what we have to do to survive and if you think that an entire generation should get special treatment for some bullshit reason then it is proof that you have no idea of what it is like to live in the real world, wake up and smell the coffee

    fucking idiots

  • I have some words of encouragement in the midst of what’s going on. It might sound wierd, but it is for real and I thought it would be important to say it.

    Its long because I’ve tried to and any faqs!
    Hopefully this will answer some of those nagging questions
    Why can’t evil be forgiven and let off, how is the whole “Jesus dying” thing really relevant to anything? To you?  if you still have any questions let me know x

    Ever struggle? Ever doubt that God Loves You After what you’ve done? Ever wonder if He exists for that matter? Read this:

    All of us have lied, stolen (even tiny things count), spoken badly to our parents and had embarrassing and detestable thoughts in our thought life. The Bible calls this “sin”, the breaking of God’s laws. You might think, so what? Everyone lies and thinks bad things about others! Its human!

    You’re right. That’s exactly what the Bible says, we’re “born into sin” and that “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” Romans 3:23

    What is that “glory”, morally speaking?
    Well, the opposite of human nature and desires.
    Not lying, not stealing, and having a perfect thought life is God’s standard for us.

    But if its God’s standard and we were made in “God’s image”, Why don’t we meet it?
    Well, Remember Adam and Eve and when they sinned. Before sin they were perfect in thought word and DEED completely, but after the first sin occured due to Satan’s tempting in the Garden, it destroyed that part of us that was morally perfect and in perfect harmony with God’s morals, standard, and love. So while we kept certain things, the ability to be thinking individuals with unique personalities, the moral part (affecting how our thoughts, actions and personalities operate) was damaged. To the point where we are “opposed” to God, hence His nature and standards being the opposite of what we see as reasonable or possible. The Bible even makes it clear that “apart from God you can do nothing” John 15:5. Without Him, it will 100% feel “opposite”, unreasonable and alien to us. Only WITH Him can we gain victory in these things.

    Why doesn’t God just let sin off and leave it?
    God is described as a “righteous judge” in the bible, many wonder why God doesn’t just let sin off and leave it, but He can’t. Why? That’s like a if a judge let off a
    murderer who broke the state law. Everyone would attack that judge and call Him corrupt, saying that he had not done right and should be fired for failing to punish the murderer for his evil. AND to completely love and be good as God is, means you need to, in turn, hate all forms of evil. You can’t truly love good unless you hate the existence of evil.

    This essentially means that God needed, as a righteous judge to punish sin with the ultimate penalty of death and separation from His presence forever. Hence Hell.

    “The soul that sins shall die (in Hell and suffer damnation)” Ezekiel 18:20

    But God, who is also love, did not want to see His creation tortured and cut off from Him. He cares so much for is that He couldn’t bear to see us fall into Satans hands and suffer death, even though we broke the law and deserve to bear the guilt, pain and be cut off from perfection forever through damnation.

    Because of justice, God could not leave sin and evil unpunished, BUT because of LOVE, God provided someone else to take that punishment on our behalf, satisfying both justice (by punishing the evil committed), and love (by sparing OUR lives) despite our sin. 

    God sent His own SON think about that. His *Son*, the one whom He loved infinitely (the same way He loves us).

    God allowed Him to take the pain we deserved, He took ALL of Gods wrath for every single sin you and I have committed. He was punished brutally and completely as if He was the picture of mankind’s sin itself so that we do not have to be punished.

    Back in the courtroom scenario: He paid the “fine” at His own expense (His life had to be morally perfect on this Earth, then He had to be killed as a sinless sacrifice on our behalf).
    So when He returns to remove all evil from the face of the Earth, we can be spared and free because Christ has already BEEN punished on our behalf. He then rose again on the third day, conquering not only life and sin and temptation, but DEATH.

    “I am the resurrection and the life: he that believeth in Me, though he were dead, yet shall he live (immortality and eternally in Heaven when I return)” John 11:25-26

    ALL we have to do is accept it by faith. Faith alone in Christ alone.

    Religion = rules to be saved

    The gospel = Christ saved us already we just have to believe it by faith. If you lack faith (as I did before), pray. He will make it strong it time. Trust Him as you would trust those close to you. He knows you even better than that. He created you and knows you inside out.


    What does it actually mean for us?
    It means we can be completely free from the penalty of damnation.
    Not only that but we can be restored to Him and recreated into His moral image AGAIN as long as we accept Jesus having paid the price for us and accept Him as our Lord, the one who is in the front seat of our lives. He has a plan for your life, He’s created you for a purpose. Just remember that. A purpose that includes being recreated into His image, one you can only accomplish through Him and reliance on His power and by following HIS way of life.

    What is this new way entail?

    It entails love, true love and service and aid to others, to “love God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength” and “love your neighbour as you love yourself” Matthew 22:37, 39.

    Sharing the message of Christ’s death, resurrection and soon return on this Earth to give justice OR mercy depending on what the person chose.

    Sound “opposite” again?
    God knows it sounds opposite, which is why, as The Bible states, this is NOT something we can do alone. It’s not in our nature.

    We need a new nature in the front seat,  and the first step is to repent (turn from and reject our sin, pursuing the opposite direction and drawing close to God)

    Christ will give us an actual DESIRE to do these things. Through the, Holy Spirit, sent by Him to us after the ascension. He speaks to us through thoughts, verses, ideas and prayers and guides us so that we gain a desire to follow God and be able to do these “opposite” things through Him.

    What is the way FOR though?
    Firstly its to save you from sin the only way to gain victory over sin and not have it as your master is through having Christ as your master and following His aid to resist the devil’s temptations.

    Christ lived down here for 33 years suffering EVERY FORM of temptation that you have ever faced “who in every respect [has] been tempted as we are, yet without sin” Hebrews 4:15.

    Therefore He is able to help us through our struggles. When the devil knows people have left his camp, he always tries harder with more temptations and evil attacks. BUT His way is also there to guard and teach you daily in the midst of this (and despite this) sinful, selfish world.

    The path He wants you to walk is one of committment and love its not about rules and regulations to save us what Christ did GAVE us salvation. All we need is faith to believe it. The rest, the “fruits of good works (the will to obey and follow Him)”, are what come through true, maturing faith. It’s all about faith and the relationship God wants with you just like before sin arrived.

    God preferred His own Son to be tortured and killed to give a chance to us (who broke His law of perfection) so that we can live as His children again. He wants us to love and trust and worship Him.

    What if I still sin after accepting Christ?

    That’s why Christ died, For our sin. His death doesn’t fix us in a snap like that, but it does protect us from the damnation that our past, present and future sins would bring without Jesus.

    It’s a process a lifelong one of God bringing you back to Him and away from the destructive pleasures of sin (think greed, selfish temptations, trampling on people to gain). This process takes a *lifetime*, as it does for all, but NEVER give up, when you fall, know Christ paid for that sin you committed already just acknowledge your sin and ask for forgiveness and you can get back up again because He already bore your guilt and shame.

    Regardless of the darkness you are in or the extent or frequency of the sins you have committed or will commit, regardless of how doubtful you may feel, know that Jesus UNDERSTANDS completely and He is faithful.

    “those who come to Me, I will by no means cast out” John 6:37


    Don’t know where to start?
    Note down the Gospel of “John”, or “Luke” (if you want a more detailed account of it all).

    Remember that He will “NEVER and that means never leave you, NOR forsake you” Deuteronomy 31:6

    Regardless of what goes on down here, God knows, Jesus has been down here and felt all the emotions you are feeling. You can go to Him with them and be assured that He loves you and is for you.
    Even in the storm, God is still there, walking on the water alongside you.

    Keep your heart open to Him and remember that if we pray for Christ to enter our lives, He will.

    “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only begotten Son, that whomever believes in Him, shall not perish, but have everlasting life”. John 3:16

    Thanks for reading if you did xxxx. I just felt that I should tell you regardless, just so that you know,  tried to answer any questions. Xx let me know if you have any more if you need clarification x

  • I think every family is unique. It is not fair this cliché that is put upon people who reside with parents or other family members that they are lazy or uneducated, immature due to the very unfortunate choices some make and so give what is a good situation for other families a bad name. There was a time in our country when it was not uncommon at all for two or even three generations of a family to share a home(it is still not uncommon in this country and other countries for some cultures). We are seeing history replay itself again and for a plethora of reasons Economics, psychosocial and the like. There are adults living with their parents or sharing a home with their parents and vice versa. More than since the 1930s. There are siblings sharing homes and housing expenses. When people ask me if I still live with my parents I answer that I share a home with my immediate family. This is not because I think the latter sounds better but because it is the truth.I pay my share of the rent each month. Although I do purchase my own food and necessities, so forth there are meals and other things our family shares communally so I contribute towards those extra expenses too. I do my own laundry,keep my spaces of the house clean and help around the house overall. They are my family and in living together we are able to not only share expenses but offer support in other ways to each other. This is something the psychologist in the clip above failed to mention the benefits of and that I do not consider enabling when it is healthy relationships. That said I could certainly choose another housing arrangement if I desired and adapt. I’m still an individual and an adult. People can be narrow minded due to how they were raised, raised their kids or how they think things should be. Both I and my parents have been judged regarding my sharing a home with them. I have come under scrutiny from a few peers and some so called mentors for “not growing up and leaving home.” Despite the fact it is,and I say so respectfully,my home as it is my parent’s as well. My parents have been labeled enablers by some of their peers for the same reason or it has been asked or implied if there is something wrong with me. It is really sad some do take advantage of parents yet equally sad others so stigmatize this and not give the benefit of the doubt that this is in fact something many individuals/families are choosing to do now. Added-Some people have invisible disabilities and need the emotional support of family even if it is not so obvious or they are in a crisis time in their lives. Some people are physically ill. And some families just choose to live together for practical financial reasons and they get along well. I doubt any family or member of it is completely non dysfunctional yet that is one of the things which makes one unique is stuff we need to work on and we all have that. There is certainly a share of lazy and badly adjusted adults in living situations aside from those “still living at home”.  Personal view point is If it is working for a family and people are behaving responsibly others need to put away their judgment, time clocks/calendars. Stop deciding what is right or wrong for others in regards to this

  • Generation Z is the generation that knows about the Tik Tok Generational War (known as the gamer vs furry war or just furry war by most people)

  • As much as I’m part of the millennial gen, and agree about the lack of self esteem, I’m not too sure about corporations needing to be the ones who pick up after us. corporations were and will always be profit driven. every generation has its own difficulties, no one picked them up, they bravely faced the difficulties and emerged stronger. Who are we to expect corporations or anyone for that matter to care for us, it’s up to us to suck it up and pick ourselves up. There’s a lot of truth to what he said in the video, I felt as though he read my thoughts. But I also felt the video blew up the problems that millennials today faced, and served to make us feel more indignant about our plight, like we are this way because society made us this way and we can’t change anything. But we can and we need to so that we can grow stronger from it

  • Good luck victims. You want everything, but don’t have anything to offer but politically correct slogans.  You have a fantasy list of demands you require to be productive in your career. To millennial a career should last a few months and then you are ready for rertirement. You want everything but have nothing to offer. Poor attitude, unrealistic expectations, no work ethic, entitled mentality, want to work when and from where you feel. I would never consider hiring a person who preaches to me about how I have to change to meet their needs.

  • Companies aren’t interested in work/life balance. If I ask a person what their priority is and they say work/life balance, next. Probably why my last 2 hires were over 40. More likely to be at their desk at 6pm getting the job done. My experience with millennials has not been good. Look around at 5pm and they are out of the door. That is not showing commitment especially when he often did not get until 9.30 citing traffic. That is fine but should be at your desk until at least 5.30pm. I struggle to find the right work ethic in millennials but Gen X have this in abundance. Also senior management working from home fine as these guys are the ones working on Sundays and Christmas but everyone else be at your desks.

  • Here’s a thought. It’s not your employer that you’re going to have to worry about, it’s the highly motivated employees that will be stepping on your neck to vault past you in the company. My pay where I work is 100% commission. I start out at $0 every week. If I don’t sell, I don’t get paid, period. That’s REAL minimum wage and it’s one hell of a motivator. The younger people who work with me get to a certain sales level and take their foot off the gas and coast the rest of the week. Then they complain that they don’t make enough money and that the company needs to make the commission scale higher. Needless to say, I can’t see any of them in my rear view mirror by the end of the week.

  • Sorry Americans millennials but there is no time for you to fix. You will be just replaced by migrations who appreciate life and hard workers.

  • this little girl from the Generation Z with a funny high-pitched voice said: “…I wish I had more knowledge of the past,…”; Unfortunately, for lots of people of today, to know the recent past maybe is like make a kind of glimpse into the future (if the previsions on reserves of technologies’ raw materials is fulfilled) maybe the future generations will be like Generation Y or X, or maybe a previous letter…maybe we will have to return to VHS tape recorders or sth. like this ��, nobody knows; the only thing sure is that probably there isn’t too much beyond Generation Z.
    By the way, I think Kelsey has a millenial mood but she is in fact between Generation Y (millenial) and Z.
    Me, happening to be between X and Y generations would make this quiz question about my generation: In which film the main actor states this: “Rome is the light, the light”?

  • The special generation that doesnt want to actually work.  Are they 10 years old?  It’s called “work” and not socializing, surfing the internet, partying, or charity for a reason.  You dont have to like it so long as you are supporting yourself.  Pretending they are going to be “worse off” then their parents implies a whole generation before them loved their jobs and suddenly all those awesome jobs are gone. Such BS.

  • They want really  high-paying jobs that they can do when they don’t have anything else to do.  In fact, just deposit the check every week, and if they don’t need to, they won’t go in at all.  poor babies

  • so here is a simple formula for you, if you want to make more money you have to worry less about “work/life balance”, “working on something important”, ” and “how happy you are at your job”…. these factors reduce your possible income potential, and is why the artificial glass ceiling exsists, becuase you choose life over work. if you only stay at a job for less than 5 years you are never going to climb into any position that is going to garner you the more money you want. its work, no matter how much you like a job when you start its always going to be somewhere you dont want to be no matter how much you like it. I personally like my job but, but most of the time i would rather be doing something else.

  • Make every student work at a very low paying job for a year if they are late for work or quit. They are kicked out of school. No mommy notes.

  • These are very profound points, and the entitlements are so abundant in all walks of life. In other words, the real hardworking ethic has been task out the windows and replace with benefits. We have to be careful of saying the truth to someone because we do not want to hurt his or her feeling. More importantly, it is not worth being cast on social media platforms or having the parents’ phone calls. In all parents has a responsibility to parent, teach, mentor their child in the right way, learning starts at home, and its the parents responsibility to fix these issues before a child goes off into society. Awesome Video…

  • So you dont make enough money to live the way you want??? Well join the rest of the damn world! No one starts a job and lives the “way they want” we all including you have to work for what you get. You want to work when, where and how you want?? Start your own company and be your own boss that is the only way you get to make the rules. What you are going after is a job not a cookie are grandmas house so just because you want it dose not mean you get it.

  • If you change jobs as much as this girl suggests, who is going to listen to your ideas? You could be gone next week! You need to establish some longevity in a position. Employers won’t know if you are serious about a job. I would hesitate to hire someone with five jobs in four years. Doesn’t sound really reliable.

  • You cant present a formula for what you want, unless there is enough family money to support you forever. Some of these goals, people don’t reach till near the end of their life. Most people spend their life trying to make enough to survive and then find a partner. When money has to be borrowed for a home and to support children, you can be out begging for any kind of job.

  • I’m retired, so this comment has no direct practical consequence. But I have to say that, were i still managing a company, I would not hire either of these women. They are self-absorbed and want a job so they can project their desires on the mission of the company that employs them. The second one, in particular, lacks the speaking skills I would expect in an MBA, someone who presumably is already fit to be a manager. The Sloan School is in trouble if these two are representative of their students.

  • This is a horrible representation of what millennials who are actually working know. These poor fools have no clue that the job market is over saturated and with innovations in automation the work force is rapidly diminishing; which creates more competition for all jobs; which means that employers can afford to pay less or out source. Its a perpetual system that is unstable and is on the verge of imploding. The real problem is that most of the world is ignorant to the solutions that automation is creating and is focused on arbitrary fields of interest. When in reality the future workforce should be primarily focused on alternative energy storage/generation, underground farming, supplemental lighting, carbon sequestration, human services, and other matters that the world faces as a whole (Transportation, housing, food shortages, access to clean water/education/freedom from oppression, how to resolve conflicts created by governments to keep their economies strong ect…).

  • I don’t want to live alone. I want to know that someone is home after I get back from work. My family can get noisy but it very comforting to know they are with me. This guy need to move out. His parents hate his his gut.

  • I know people like her ending up living betterives than average Americans because they receive free welfare (check), housing, medicaid, foodstamp, free cell phone, 50% subsidized energy and water bill. Basically, the Demoncraps use our tax money and give to people who are not authentically poor and handicapped.

  • The problem is the parents that baby the fuck out of their kids when the kids are very young and continue this behavior when the child is 25. Parent’s still calling the grown ass man/woman “sweetie pie” and “dimples” when he’s fucking 41 buying him/her Jordans and letting him/her watch the simpsons all day playing video games. Then they wonder why you have a grown ass man/woman living off you you rent free.

  • Why is this called a Millenial Job Interview? Isn’t this more like Gen Z? Or are there really people of my generation in america? I’m german and I never met anyone like this.

  • Young people live with their parents not because we want to but because we have to.I’m not a bum, I graduated from college with my undergrad and am working on applying for better paying jobs and applying for master’s programs which I will likely stay at home with as well. Rent is too damn high where I live, California. I’d love to have the money to move out but between paying for college, rent and other bills there’s no way I could make it. I think older adults have zero idea how tough it is for today’s generation with rent, bills, and among other things college tuition. I’d ideally move out after finishing my master’s degree assuming I get a good paying job but it makes no sense to be paying $2000 out the door for an apartment when I could be paying $1300 to my parents and still saving money. They get help in rent they wouldn’t have gotten and I get a cheaper place to live.

  • Well maybe if he got a job even part time one. And wasn’t just watching TV and eat junkfood all day every day and help a little around the house they might let him live there longer… but no! he didn’t bother doing somthing like that!

  • Two “point of view” of success…
    Materialism view: success is when we get more and more things, more money, more power, more fame.
    Spiritualism view: success is when we can let go things, live with less possessions, less demand.
    enjoy what we have vs thingking what we don’t have

  • sorry you spoiled brats. your job is to make your self apealing to an employer not the other way around. your hired to do job not change the worl. you show up to work on time work the hours given by your boss. and do you job to their standards. thats a job not this fanatasy about changing the world and working from home. jeese i’m ashamed to to part of this generation.

  • What millenials watch on yt:
    Welcome back to my vlog!! Part 5
    What genz watch on yt:

    Luigi says the N word while Mario Joins the Soviet Union

  • Once you are done with high school, it’s out the door or earlier if you are too lazy to go to high school. I was out the door at 19 and never looked back. So I had to live in a trailer for a couple of months before I found a small room to rent and had to live on noodles throughout the college years, but today I can see it was actually healthy to start off life like that as you learn to appreciate what a difference hard work means and that you have to earn a better living; it’s not something you are entitled to.

  • I believe the only thing that changed is the medium by means of which we deal with the world. The human needs behind our actions are still the same. Craving for gratification, recognition and pleasure. A peek at neuroscience tells brains have not evolved much biologically since the early days of human-kind. It is true though, that the rate at which we are exposed to gratification is now 100X larger. Let’s take that as our challenge. To be productive and find balance in this era.

  • Dear buzzfeed,
    As a member of gen z please do NOT and I mean NOT have millennials or people that are millennials that say they are a member of gen z but dress and act like a baby boomer. Our whole generation would GREATLY appreciate if you could make your videos and quizzes more accurate ( at least for generation vids or quizzes).

    Thank you,
    All of generation z

  • I thought Millennials were from 1990 to 1995 and gen z 1996 to mid-2000. I thought 80s babies were gen x or something like that but not Millennials

  • Nope; told my kids that if they applied themselves, worked hard and were willing to do anything asked of them, they’d be successful. I showed them that I was willing to go beyond what my clients asked of me, took initiative and prospered. They knew that their success was predicated on the effort they put into the process.

  • I’ll bet you it’s mostly single mentally defective divorced women that don’t know anything other then how over indulge and completely enable their adult children to ruin!

  • 4:21 you gotta be at least thirteen to be on instagram. then again, kids fake their ages and their parents might let them have it before thirteen. still though, there technically IS an age restriction, it’s just not enforced very well

  • This is all very good but someone please explain to me WHY would this miraculous revolution occur? WHY? Why would America all of a sudden make the workers the focus of their businesses? Why would they all of a sudden have fair elections? Why would they suddenly not kill people based on their skin colour or income? Just want to understand the deluded 21st century yank.

  • Is this the daughter of an exec? I’m not trying to be unkind, but she seems to generate a strongly negative reaction in multiple videos… I wonder why they have not rotated in additional gen z voices…?

  • Unless you have rich parents, a stem degree, join the military, or become a famous somehow. You most likely will not be able to afford to live on your own. Even if you have a full time job. Rent is too damn high and houses cost too much and these corporations are not paying enough.

  • There is no such thing as “work-life balance”. This is a bullshit concept made up by lazy millennials.

    There is only life, part of which is work. All people in the history of mankind have had to work in order to gather resources to survive. Cavemen would need to build their own shelter, forage for water, and hunt for food on a daily basis. That was their WORK, and it was a non-stop endeavor for their entire lives. No such thing as retirement, as that meant they did not eat, and they die. They did not complain that hunting for food was too hard.

    The only difference now is that people work for a common commodity, which is currency so that we can trade it for what we need to survive. We don’t bring jugs of water from the river back home, it comes from the tap, for which we pay for through taxes. We buy food and shelter from the work we do. There is no line between work and life. It is the same thing.

    If anything, millennials have already had more “life” than previous generations. No hardships, no wars, starting their first job in their late 20’s. That’s a third of your life spent dicking around. No other animal on the planet takes 2-3 decades to mature.

  • HAHAHAHA! Why anyone would want to hire these clowns is beyond me. And then they complain that they don’t have any opportunity. How can you find opportunity when your attitude is poison to a workplace? They are teaching their employers to construct a good workforce for them? Is this a joke?

  • It depends. If everyone helps out financially and also around the house, and everyone gets along, it works well. They are right. Not all families are alike. The guy who does not pull his fair share in this video needs to start helping out his parents financially and around the house, or he does need to get a place of his own. Most people pitch in to help each other. Shame on the guy who mooches off his parents and does not help them.