Gen X'd Out

Take This Job and Shove It

That’s how millennials and Gen Z-ers are playing the game — it’s not about jumping up titles, but moving into better work environments. They’re like silent fighters, rewriting policy under the nose of the boomers.

Ariel Coleman, 28, Portland resident, in The New York Times’Young People Are Going to Save Us All From Office Life

Ok, I guess. I also know quite a few Gen X-ers who were once gainfully employed and can’t get another even semi-ok full-time job to save their lives. I don’t see myself getting hired to work in an office environment ever again.