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Do young people lack the work ethic of their elders?

American workers in their 20s--the Millennial generation--are the first in living memory to tell pollsters that they don't work as hard as their elders. That's the finding in a study that The Post's Ian Shapira reports on today...but do the people in his story reflect what you know and experience? What's your sense of how the work ethic of young people compares with other generations'?

By Marc Fisher  | April 2, 2010; 2:50 PM ET
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