Millennials are purpose-driven and looking for work that is personally fulfilling, not just materially fulfilling. They are much less accepting of a world in which you are a slave to your job in exchange for a paycheck--a norm Baby Boomers grew up with. From the point of view of older generations, Millennials not only act entitled, but they're also idealistic and naive. The problem isn't entirely with the Millennials, though--it's also with the Baby Boomers. Older generations are simply resentful of the opportunities available to Millennials that were not available to them.