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New generation of lazy and entitled children a new study shows that more than twenty.
It shows that more -- -- -- than ever before described himself up average in most areas but they're having trouble finding work.
The irony of ironies our next guest says an internship will help Generation Y.
gain experience in perspective.
And then get a job joining us now is author of all work no pay -- Lauren bird Lauren.
Aren't fantastic title -- you're suggesting that people if they can't find a job just go to work for nothing.
Well I guess that everybody gets an intern ship while they're in college and people are starting younger and younger these -- high school students across the country are starting to intern.
So it's even more important for that college student to get to maybe even three and -- chips.
Under -- -- by the time they graduate it is a solution.
For young people trying to get jobs after -- right don't waste of summer's going to work at the local whenever because all your friends are working there finds something you're passionate about.
That we act or get -- and -- -- -- and get -- you know this generation is there.
May mean they're called the trophy generation the microwave generation.
And internships beyond the job this this can really really help.
I'm let's take a look at the unemployment numbers for this the for.
Number in 1990 was eight point 6% the unemployment.
Number now thirteen point three that is of massive almost twice.
A jump is that reflection do you think partly in the attitudes of this generation.
That's the attitude but you know abuse I gotta go back to these -- -- you know I I see that the students with the intern -- get job offers faster and at a high higher starting salary than those without -- and experience.
And you know the -- -- teaching them so much you know more than just about the job it's teaching the responsibility.
You know with an intern -- you really learn how to deal with rejection and again this generation has called the trophy generation they're given a trophy for just participating.
I and had to deal with rejection as an turn I would apply to at 101250.
-- certain steps and I would get rejected all the time and you really.
-- sort of resilient and I -- a huge interview skills as well and sometimes -- really an -- you'll get hired when you graduate credit at that location right and sometimes you might have to work a lot of -- -- like you -- or no -- snow or minimal -- that I work at -- as a waitress or whatever you have to -- to do it -- you have some good tips for us -- -- that's right exactly so I always say you know get comfortable dealing with.
Rejection you have to develop that -- get I would say rejection doesn't mean never it just means right now and that is so true and you'll -- not starting as an intern.
-- the next one is just too.
Get comfortable feeling uncomfortable every one not this generational leap but everyone loves to be -- not safeties.
We like to be comfortable we don't like to step outside of it.
As an intern that's where young people for the first time -- putt -- -- completely.
Different zone they're in a professional environment -- have to think about themselves like -- -- The other is don't worry about the paycheck yes my book is called all work no pay it is a joke.
But if you're in unpaid intern you should only be working twelve to fifteen hours per week you should be structured a structured -- operates out of environments.
But if it's if you're choosing between a paid opportunity opportunity and an unpaid opportunity.
It's about the paycheck it's about the experience which is gonna be more beneficial for you and help you after you -- really -- -- And a little said that she was Clayton -- -- gas -- time to look good to see you're doing well gab.
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