Young people want everything but can’t be bothered to earn it as ‘fantasy gap’ between actual earnings and expectations widens among graduates
- Research into the life goals of three generations of students shows teenagers are more driven by materialism than ever
- Numbers don’t add up as 62 per cent want to have money but 39 per cent don’t want to work for it
- Life goals of 355,000 students surveyed in U.S show a shift in priorities
They want all the cash and the flashy lifestyles, but young people just aren’t prepared to work hard to achieve it.
Today’s teenagers have a greater sense of entitlement than previous generations, according to new research.
Studies show that teenagers are more materialistic than ever, while the desire to work hard is at an all-time low.
A survey into the life goals of three generations of students revealed a ‘fantasy gap’ between the desire…
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