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    Entitlement generation, Business Ethics

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    A particular research study provides some evidence that those born between 1979 and 1994 are perceived as impatient, self-serving, disloyal, unable to delay gratification and, in short, feeling that they are entitled to everything without working for it. The study dubs this group the entitlement generation. Do you know people born during those years? Is this true generally or would you consider the perception instead a stereotype? From where do you think it stems?

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    Q: A particular research study provides some evidence that those born between 1979 and 1994 are perceived as impatient, self-serving, disloyal, unable to delay gratification and, in short, feeling that they are entitled to everything without working for it. The study dubs this group the entitlement generation. Do you know people born during those years? Is this true generally or would you consider the perception instead a stereotype? From where do you think it stems?
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    Generation "Y", also known as the Millennial Generation, has been dubbed the "Entitlement Generation." I know many people from this generation, and ...

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