“Speaker Karen McCullough delivers another humorous take on the youngest generation in today’s workplace.”
From Michael Svat
I agree with Karen McCullough on actually everything here, which isn’t saying much, but that just might be because this video is only about three-minutes. In case you were thinking I was taking a shot at her.
But if you want to know why Americans are stereotyped as stupid around the world? I’ll tell you anyway and give you one reason: we have this generation of young Americans, somewhere around seventy-million people who know a lot about stuff that just isn’t that damn important. And not a hell of a lot about things that are actually important. That affect their pocketbooks and who is leading their city, state, country, who represents them in Congress and so-forth.
Another reason why Americans get stereotyped as stupid, is because Valley Culture was rescued from the dead ( where it still belongs ) that died in the late 1980s or so, that the Millennial Generation brought back to life in the late 1990s. Thanks to Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson and later on Miley Cyrus and I’m sure several other people all from this same generation.
Valley people are experts on technology, tabloid and celebrity news, but let’s face it, are dip-shits about things that are actually important. Sally and Brett could both tell you what is Paris Hilton’s favorite thing to eat for lunch and which current jail she’s residing in. But couldn’t tell you who the mayor of their city or governor of their state is to save their lives.
Sally and Brett were also the two first people to buy the latest iPhone and iPad when it came out and bought them just after midnight. Because they camped out at the Apple Store a week straight. None of these things add up to people who are very bright.
I don’t know of a generation that thinks more of themselves and is worth less than the Millennial Generation. They are drowning in college debt and have a hard time just finding a job, but at least they all have the latest computers, smart phones and iPad’s and are all experts on celebrity culture. So not a completely lost generation, at least not yet.