3) That we’re lazy.
What? School at all levels has become increasingly challenging since your baby boomer asses graduated. Gone are the days of home economics and geometry; today’s high schoolers face AP Physics, AP Biology, AP anything that will make us more attractive to colleges. These ridiculously hard classes pressure students to the point of “shell shock,” but they’re pushed on us by parents, teachers, and college admissions boards. We have to work way harder simply to be recognized. And a college degree isn’t enough—millennial job candidates need significant internship or employment experience to even be considered for real jobs, which aren’t being vacated by older generations.