The Generation Of The World

1280 Words Sep 17th, 2016 6 Pages
If you were to ask the majority of adults what they think of the average millennial, they would most likely be quick to tell you that they are lazy, or self-obsessed. They may even go as far as saying that millennials are the reason the world is going to fall apart. There have been many studies done over the years about the upcoming generation of adults, and many of them suggest that we millennials need to get our act together if we’re going to take up a more active role in society. Now, I’m not saying that we shouldn’t be open to criticism, but I strongly believe that there is a lot that can be learned from millennials.
In order to fully appreciate all that millennials have to offer the world, we must think back to the world before they had a say in anything. We can all agree that no more than 30 years ago, the world was a very different place. In fact, comparing then and now is like comparing apples and oranges. Social issues, the environment, government, and the economy are all things that have changed drastically, and a large part of this is due to millennials.

Social Issues
Race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, and socio-economics are all things that have divided us as a society for centuries. For what seems like an eternity, groups of minorities (specifically in the western world) have felt oppression and segregation. They’ve been confined by these labels. These labels that were given to them by others, because of things that were out of their…
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