Sunday, June 26, 2011

Recurring Theme?

Watching the Sopranos tonight.

Is there are recurring theme with women that think they can find "fulfillment" with this exam?

I am not dogging it, but as a recruiter, helping people find jobs and careers, I have seen many that think the passing of one or two exams leaves people think they are entitled.

I saw a resume last week of someone that hasn't worked an office job since 1992, and sent her child's school schedule so I can find her a job that will fit her busy schedule.

Also saw a man that had zero Technical experience, but felt since he just took an online class, he is entitled to a top IT job.  I don't get it.

I think about our older generation that would never feel entitled to something that they didn't work for!  I wonder if this entitlement era is why most of the population is on meds, self meds, and always looking for their "dream life"...

When did hard work and effort get traded in for waiting to be entitled?


Sharing light with Kimmy. Striving to create a path between the present course of events and a new course; leading to new outcomes.


  1. That's a good point you make. I think it's the Nintendo generation that grew up and realized efforts where hard!