Positives And Negatives Of Millennials

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There are 7.442 billion people in the world as of 2016. (U.S. and World Population Clock, 2017) That population growth has almost doubled since 1960 and does not seem to look like it will be slowing down anytime soon (U.S. and World Population Clock, 2017). Out of those 7.442 billion persons, 2 billion of them are mothers (Writer, 2017). Resulting in 85.4 million of those mothers residing in the United States (Writer, 2017). Out of those 85.4 million there are roughly 10 million who are considered a Millennial. (Davis, 2016) Imagine always having that word “Millennial” thrown around in context to make people feel undermined because of their age. Having the label “Millennial” can be seen as either a positive or a negative when determining how those individuals are evaluated in society. On the negative side, Millennials are seen as people who want everything handed to them, have no resentment or remorse for actions, and always feel like they are entitled and above the next. They are the ones who do not get up in the morning, do not go to school or work, and want someone else to always take care of whatever situation is at hand. Normally, this type of Millennial are the ones who pawn off their children for a grandparent or other family member to raise, when able. On the positive side, there are the Millennials who take the time to evaluate situations and problems, and these Millennials step up and take responsibility and want better for their children. This type of
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