We all know that millennials are entitlement-oozing, spoiled, special snowflakes, who need to grow up, get over themselves, and get a damn job.
And need to cool it with those damn selfie sticks. Photo by Marco Verch/Flickr.
But ... science just won't stop telling us we're wrong about that.
A new study, which will be published in the journal "Psychological Science," found that even after all those participation trophies, helicopter parents, selfies, Insta-pics, and snappy chats, young people these days are ... basically no more self-absorbed than young people 30 years ago.