Followed by Thousands

As Katie's social media career takes off will she have to abandon her A-levels?
Katie is 17 and a rising star of social media, followed by thousands. She's also a grade A student but is not sure she can do both. Will this mean dropping out of A-levels in Year 12? Grace Dent presents.

Producer: JP Devlin
Hustle smart: How to beat millennial burnout
Alvin juggles two jobs with university and has burnt out before. Can he change and learn to hustle smart?

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A new matrimonial ritual has spawned an odd new cottage industry

Millennials in the Workplace

India Rakusen discovers how her generation is changing the workplace.

Beanbags are what Millenials want from a job - along with free food and the lofty idea of  ‘making an impact’. That’s what academic Simon Sinek's video about "Millennials in the Workplace", enjoyed by over 10 millions viewers, would have you believe.  Everyone born between 1980 and 2000 are hobbled by a thin skinned sense of entitlement, weak education, coddling parents and an addiction to social media - and therefore, are terrible to deal with in the workplace.

But does that idea of the ‘snowflake’ generation really ring true? How can it be that the most educated, most tech savvy generation to ever exist are the most incompetent in modern history? Why has the Millennial generation become the most mocked and derided in the workplace? 

By exploring the experiences of Millennials working in the real world, combined with expert inside on the political, economical and psychological anchor points that moulded the Millennial Generation India Rakusen explores the a fundamental clash of life experiences and values between the generations and uncovers the truth about Millennials in the working world.