When there’s around 40 million Millennials in the workplace, there’s a lot of competition.
In the study “Generational Differences in Young Adults’ Life Goals, Concern of Others, and Civic Orientation,” researchers say that Gen Y-ers exhibit an increase in anxiety, depression and mental health issues compared to previous generations.
“A millennial female burnout syndrome is emerging,” says Erica Dhawan, an MBA student at MIT and MPA student at Harvard, specializing in Gen Y, co-founder of the Galahads: the Secret Society for Kickass Women and a speaker at this year’s World Economic Forum at Davos.
Enough, ladies. Just grow up, stop whining, and make choices that fulfill you. In other words, enjoy your life.
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