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My social media feeds are filled with reposts from TikTok videos featuring Gen Z having a lot of issues with work.
“Lazy Girl Jobs” encouraging women to seek out low-stress, minimal-effort, possibly remote jobs (but of course, high-paying ones) became a viral phenomenon. One young women shared an on-camera breakdown over working 9-5, because, with commute, she was tired and didn’t have enough “free time.”
While it’s easy to dunk on these young people, I really blame the parents. This hurts, because Gen Z is being raised in large part by Gen X, which should make the kids awesome and self-sufficient.
Gen Z is being raised in large part by Gen X, which should make the kids awesome and self-sufficient.
But alas, as we keep witnessing across social media, many young people are struggling. Here’s where they have been let down and how they can change it around.
Not Preparing Gen Z for Work
With young people consuming so much Marxist propaganda online and even in school, it is not entirely surprising that young people want to do as little