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5 reasons I'm saying 'fuck off' to the 9-5 job.

I grew up hearing the same cliche that I’m sure plenty of you were taught too – in order to be successful you need to graduate from high school, do well at university, get a 9-5 job, then proceed to ‘climb the ladder’ to success. 930 more words

Career

Investigation: Did Millennials Actually Cause 9/11?

If you read the internet, you probably just assume that Barack Obama caused 9/11 — or might as well have. But recent evidence suggests that a more insidious and apathetic force, one that came of age (the age being about ten or eleven) at exactly the 9/11 moment, might have actually played a larger role in the terrorist attack that has come to define recent American history. 552 more words

Life & Culture

Dear Business Leader, writing as a Millennial…

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I feel we are at a breaking point or a tipping point within organisational leadership. It is certainly an opportunity point. 394 more words

Dear Baby Boomers. Don't Blame Millennials. You Did It...

Baby boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964), are the current establishment. They run the show. While some of them have hung a bit too tightly to the turn on, tune in, drop out, philosophy of the 1960’s, still preaching their mantra of “all you need is love”, the overwhelming majority have long since cut their hair, 180’ed into a milder replica of their overly strict parents, and accepted their rightful roles in procreating, raising, and leading, the next generation. 717 more words

Baby Boomers

Who’s Your Tribe?

Human beings have an innate sense of wanting to belong to a community. It’s genetically ingrained in us. This leads many people to actively seek out a like-minded group, or tribe, to join. 681 more words

Personal Reflections

What you are doing today is important.

Not gonna lie, April has been a busy and stressful month for me. Between wrapping up school projects, I’ve also managed to squeeze in time at work. 481 more words

Life

Is This Generation Too Sensitive?

First off I’m going to clarify what I mean by “this generation.” Generalizing an entire demographic is risky because there will always be exceptions and outliers and contributing factors that could arguable prove whatever is claimed as incorrect. 537 more words