80% Of Youth Think They Are Truly Important, Up From 12% Fifty Years Ago

80% Of Youth Think They Are Truly Important, Up From 12% Fifty Years Ago
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During an article we were trying not to read on Tia Tequila in the NY Times that explored why a short bi-sexual woman with no apparent talent has such a following on MTV, we noticed a stat that reinforces the idea that the Millenials are the 'entitled generation' - even if it's just them who think so

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 29 october 2007

During an article we were trying not to read on Tia Tequila in the NY Times that explored why a short bi-sexual woman with no apparent talent has such a following on MTV, we noticed a stat that reinforces the idea that the Millenials are the ‘entitled generation’ – even if it’s just them who think so:

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