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lakeman4

29 months ago

what is wrong with young workers these days?

a great many are whining crybabies, don't know what hard work is, seem to be incapable of following directions, think rules apply to others only. my recent example, 'Brian' (about 20 years old) was sent by the agency. he works hard, fast and smart-needs and wants to work. i am very pleased by his first day, so when he says his car needs some work and he will be late the next day, this is not a problem for me. he doesn't return the next day nor the day after. he doesn't contact us or the agency. at the end of week he puts in a claim for 2 days pay! he did only one day and there are many witnesses, he gets his dad to call to complain about his 'mistreatment' !!!
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bosco-2

  25 months ago
Many young people today think the world owes them something and they should just be entitled.
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pokecheck

  25 months ago
Look at all the ones sitting on there butts taking money fromnt eh govenrnment when they could get a job other then in there field. Seems they prefere to sit on there butts!
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jjkdlk

  27 months ago
i guess they have to grow up to understand the importance of work
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godlovessarah

  27 months ago
I think many young people just want to party and they are used to it because the parents allowed it. And the parents are still taking care of them. I guess it is selfishness, and pleaure. Some adults are still this way, immaturity.
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ppauper

  27 months ago
Well, be fore I start on your oh so fas cin at ing opi nion top ic , let me first say that I hope that you had a very merry christ mas , if you cele brated that holi day , and let me al so wish you a some what bel ated happy new year , and finally let me thank you for already having done my opinion and helping me max out for this month . And as to the opinion topic of yours at hand , I guess that you may have a point . . . . .. .
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deebie00284

  28 months ago
They grew up too spoiled, don't yo agree, sure had it easier than when I was growing up.
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pokecheck

  28 months ago
YA Those are all the people down on Wall Street whinning about what they think they are entitled to!!!
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acs246

  28 months ago
I read an interesting article about the Occupy Wall Street Protesters and how they were lazy, whiny kids with no work ethic because of the way that they had been raised. Growing up, they had always heard that they had to work hard and study or they would be working at a fast food joint. Now, after they've gone to college and done what they should, they're unable to find any jobs that don't involve working fast food! I don't think that this is a good reason to protest or to avoid doing hard work. There is no such thing as a shameful job- just a shameful way of doing a job. Too many people my age and younger have been spoiled beyond belief- they have never been forced to work hard in their lives and so are protesting now when they finally do.
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ck_enizete

  29 months ago
Alot of hard work left the work force when corporations shut down plants decades ago and headed to offshore lands in quest for cheap wage labor.
Your example is merely one where the father had not taught a good work ethic to his son.
Alot of workers are hard workers and young and old, as well as alot of workers are slackers and not slackers young and old.
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shaynak112

  29 months ago
What's wrong with old people these days? All they do is complain about young workers. I have missed two days of work since I started working (I am currently 21, I started working at age 14). That was because I had tonsillitis and I had a doctor's appointment and then I was on so much medication I could not really work. Hmmm. Maybe you should NOT stereotype!
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