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People blame millennials for these things—but should they?

Mediafeed Logo By Jeanine Skowronski of Mediafeed | Slide 1 of 51: Millennials are the worst. At least that’s what a plethora of statistics, think pieces, white papers, surveys and social media trolls users would have you think.Never mind the deep-seated socio-economic reasons why millennials suck at life. (They’re saddled with student loan debt. They entered the workforce during the Recession when no one was hiring. Or post-Recession when wages were stagnant.) Never mind the fact that — hey! — millennials are getting better. (See new research from Chase that found millennials mean business.) Never mind that for every stat, think piece, or white paper out there saying one thing, there’s another saying the exact opposite.Nope, millennials are just terrible, annihilating every very special thing that crosses their path of entitlement. Like casinos. Or cruises. And chicken wings.We’re kidding, of course. (No millennial was harmed in the writing on this article — in fact, depending on whether you think Xennials are actually a thing, this writer technically is one.) But just in case you think we’re exaggerating their bad rap, here are 50 things millennials have been dragged for explicitly or implicitly over, oh, the last decade or so.

Millennials are the worst. At least that’s what a plethora of statistics, think pieces, white papers, surveys and social media trolls users would have you think.

Never mind the deep-seated socio-economic reasons why millennials suck at life. (They’re saddled with student loan debt. They entered the workforce during the Recession when no one was hiring. Or post-Recession when wages were stagnant.) Never mind the fact that — hey! — millennials are getting better. (See new research from Chase that found millennials mean business.) Never mind that for every stat, think piece, or white paper out there saying one thing, there’s another saying the exact opposite.

Nope, millennials are just terrible, annihilating every very special thing that crosses their path of entitlement. Like casinos. Or cruises. And chicken wings.

We’re kidding, of course. (No millennial was harmed in the writing on this article — in fact, depending on whether you think Xennials are actually a thing, this writer technically is one.) But just in case you think we’re exaggerating their bad rap, here are 50 things millennials have been dragged for explicitly or implicitly over, oh, the last decade or so.

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