It's the classic Gen Y problem: they won't grow up, move out of home, hold down steady jobs or take on responsibility. But why can't this anxious group of 20-somethings get their act together?
It's a seriously crappy time to be graduating from university in the US, with no jobs and a wrecked economy. Will Generation Y be the first generation to earn less than its own parents?
The war in Afghanistan has become Generation Y's war and it's a far different atmosphere from George Bush days. Embedded ABC journo Mark Corcoran reports on the war that has regained Washington's attention.
They bring up new ideas, they're tech-ier, they're energetic and 24/7. What's not to love about Generation Y, says Gen X boss Lindsey Pollack.
The criticism of Generation Y as over communicators, incapable of political engagement or analytical thought, is all just a little bit of youth bashing history repeating, writes Barney Langford.
It's forty years since Woodstock and the Summer of Love of '69. It’s little wonder that Gen Xers and Gen Ys take a jaundiced view of Woodstock nostalgia.
Phil Hughes performed a cricketing first today, becoming the first Test cricketer to ever announce on Twitter that he had been dropped -- before the Australian team had announced he was.
I want to apologise. I know it’s not like a member of Generation Y not to be boorish, shallow and selfish but it’s time to stand up and take responsibility for what I’ve done, writes Courteney Hocking.
Gen X Reserve Banker Guy Debelle calls his fellow Xers "that generation which is unfortunately screwed" by both Baby Boomers (whose debt they're paying), and Gen Y (who'll cut their pensions).