Apparently, we're a "Lazy" Generation. +Kathleen Mongero
Put it best,
"IRONY: "Millennials" function the way they do as a direct product of the educational, social and technological systems and advances initiated by our parents' generation ... the same generation that now craps on us, complains about us, and calls us lazy instead of adapting to the more efficient and creative communication styles and work ethics they sought to develop in the first place (which, BT-Dubs, continue to contribute to some of the most extraordinary technological, medical, social advances in history). Example: Our education featured more group-oriented learning and projects because it is a known fact that collaboration fuels bigger more complete ideas, thus increasing production and efficiency versus working alone, and now they're upset that we like to work in groups and thrive off of a consistent loop of feedback. Did anyone read Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in high school?! Remember the theme behind the creation of a "monster?"