I have worked with this generation. This is quite an assumption on your part. I work, write about and mentor at all levels. I am sorry you are so angry, so bitter, and so very, very, very prejudiced about these talented people. And please kindly, who is the royal “us” we’re referring to here? You and who else please? It’s fascinating that you appear (and unlike you I say “appear”) because I am not so sure I know everything there is to know) to harbor intense anger based on some experiences. Given that Millennials make up a vast generation, span a great many colors, genders, preferences, cultures and backgrounds, I have to ask how is it that you seem to feel they are all a waste?
Since I travel all over the world regularly, come in contact with a great many people of all ages, all cultures, all generations, it would be fair to say I have some small experience. You don’t back your arguments up with anything here which does not add value to the discussion. You didn’t research the articles you claim are written by Millennials and provide proof that they are. It is easy to get the impression that you’ve had some negative experiences. Good for you. I’ve had remarkably ugly experiences with aging Boomer men. I can easily quote the emails that demonstrate that behavior. So it’s not just my opinion. It’s verifiable.
Further: Indigo children? PUhleeeze.
Indigo children, according to a pseudoscientific New Age concept, are children who are believed to possess special, unusual, and sometimes supernatural traits or abilities. The idea is based on concepts developed in the 1970s by Nancy Ann Tappe and further developed by Lee Carroll and Jan Tober.- Wikipedia
Add value. Do your research. Add science.