Saddled with Debt, Millennials Have to Work Harder than Any Other Generation to get Management Jobs. Now That They Have Them, They Wonder if the Burnout is Even Worth It

Millennials have gotten a bad rap since they started entering the workforce. They have been stereotyped as lazy and entitled employees who will trade company loyalty for the ability to leapfrog into a management position they haven’t earned; they want to work for a values-driven company with a casual dress code.