Griffith Review 56: Millennials Strike Back
The final decades of the twentieth century gave birth to Generation Y, more commonly known as the ‘Millennials’. Often labeled as lazy, rebellious, and self-obsessed, this particular generation is rarely far from the tractor beam of criticism.
Millennials today are negotiating the challenges and opportunities of this century and the changing nature of our workplaces, politics, economies and technologies. The 56th edition of the Griffith Review: Millennials Strike Back draws on the personal experiences and challenges of Millennial writers.
Nic chatted with Jerath Head, co-editor of this important Gen-Y edition of the Griffith Review. Jerath will be hosting a panel discussion with fellow writers on how young people are negotiating a changing labour market, this Wednesday July 12 at Sydney University.