I just finished watching Megan Kelly on FOX, and she had a smattering of this generation of young people. It was sad to hear some of them say that our country is so bad that there is "No longer any hope!" I get what they were saying, but is the bar being set so high for college-educated young people to succeed and make tons of money right out of the gate [pulling down six-figures], that if they have to work several jobs [related or not related to their degree or major] they have failed? I understand that they have a high student-loan debt, but what happened to the day when you left college and took menial jobs, at low pay to get your feet wet, gain experience, and demonstrate to your future employers that you are a dependable, hard working individual, driven to do what it takes to make a living! When I left college, I got my first church [to pastor], and after giving a tithe, and setting aside taxes and paying insurance for my family, I found I needed to take on substitute teaching to make ends meet. Moreover, my wife wanted our children in Christian school, and because it was so costly [based on my two incomes], I worked out a deal with the school to coach the Jr. high football and basketball programs and serve as their Athletic Director. That paid tuition, and kept me extremely busy. It also cost me my marriage [a few years later], as I was working so hard to pastor the church, teach a few days a week and run the brand new athletic program at the school that my wife began to seek affection elsewhere! I never saw it coming... Maybe it's me, but I think our kids, today, lack the incentive to do whatever it takes to get to that job and career they studied so hard for. Secondly, they come out of school thinking they should have everything their parents have, not remembering that their parents worked years and years to obtain!