Attitude Of Youngsters

Attitude Of Youngsters

Changing times evolves an environment which often results in novel situations and experiences. The larger the period the wider are the changes in environment and hence the rift in the ideas and attitudes between generations. The reason for the differences will be discussed further in this essay and analyze the problems associated using personal experience.
In most societies, generation gaps effect the views even on insignificant issues. In the information age, the youth have better access to information and hence more open to world wide cultures. However, the older generation cocoon within the framework of local societal norms and live with age-old belief systems. The outlook of an informed youth, mental inputs from social media alters belief systems increasing a youth’s tolerance to other cultures. This often leads to opinion clashes and the youngsters view the parents or grandparent’s views as orthodox.
An example of this contrast can be analyzed on an economic scale. Today, new generation children live in a capitalistic society while the older generations lived in a socialist environment. A 6-year Ryan (reviews toys on YouTube) made $11 million this year, a classical example of how a millennial is converting technological knowledge to a financial opportunity. Further, the youth today network and travel globally and gain expertise on global level. These kinds of opportunities did not exist for the older generations, they were less rich, hardly travelled and believed in working hard. However, the new generation thrive on working smart and learning endlessly.
In conclusion, the differences are bound to exist between generations as environments continuously evolves. The capitalistic environment has created young, successful entrepreneurs but hard work (old generation belief) is essential to sustain growth surge and hence a balance of both is crucial to last in the race till the end.

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