Working from home sounds like a dream to most.
There’s no painful early morning commute, you are in the comfort of your own environment, and you don’t have to make small talk with any coworkers. In a world that is becoming incredibly more accessible by technology, virtual networking, and the world wide web, working from home is becoming a more popular option. However, once someone is in the reality of working from home, they becoming aware of all of the other problems that crop up.
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“Every generation is inculcated in traditions of prejudice which are encouraged as normal, natural and healthy.” ― Bryant McGill
Between the baby boomer generation and generation y, a lot of things are done differently.
Both groups grew up in very different political, social, and economic conditions. Both generations faced completely unique challenges, had dramatically different role models, and remarkably distinct cultures. With genY rising as the dominant generation, there is an undeniable sense of bias, resentment, and inequality between the two age groups. In a world constantly at odds with itself, a generational discrimination adds a new layer of complexity to our cultural landscape.
In that is world constantly at odds with itself, a generational discrimination adds a new layer of complexity to our cultural landscape.
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