Gen Z's not lazy — they're just refusing to put up with the toxic work culture that boomers created

Posted on AllSides November 3rd, 2022
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Isaiah Thomas was only 7 years old in 2008, but he was old enough to understand that his family was struggling. He noticed his parents were around less: They'd go straight to sleep once they got home from work and were out the door first thing in the morning. They were being forced to pick up extra shifts at work to make ends meet, and the lack of family time left an impression on Thomas. "That made an impact on me because my parents worked for a living, and we...

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