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Are today's youth worse off or just lazy and entitled?

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From the Quebec student protests to reports of youth unemployment, there are no shortage of stories suggesting young people are facing tough financial times in Canada.

But are things really worse, or are young people simply more vocal about their problems, expecting everything to be handed to them and using social media to spread their complaints far and wide?

The Globe and Mail wants to hear both sides of this story. We're looking for readers of all generations who are willing to share their opinions about what it's like to be a twenty-something, both now and back in their day.

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We will publish the best comments, along with your photos, so don't be shy. To take part, please fill out the form below and send your photo to businesscommunity@globeandmail.com.







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Report on Business Community Editor

Dianne Nice is community editor for Report on Business and writes about social media. Previously, she was The Globe's online editor for Careers and Personal Finance and has written about these topics for Report on Business and Globe Investor. More

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