In relation to jobs and education in particular. Have you noticed this? I just read something about someone working in a corporation "like most Millennials" do. I'm assuming that this person has a white-collar job because it would be odd for, say, a janitor to describe her job as "working in a corporation." At no point in history have most people of any age group in any country or similar geographical region worked a white-collar job. Most people are working class or below. This should be obvious, but I'm not surprised that someone said this in relation to generations because the discussion about generations I've seen on PerC (especially the Millennial generation) tends to be biased towards the middle and possibly upper working class.