Millennials Swearing More at Work Result of Our Degrading Society 10/10/16 - A Whittle Bit of Commentary

A Whittle Bit of Commentary with Chad Whittle

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For all the people offended by Trump’s language in that video should maybe worry more about their own dirty mouth before they start judging him. Bloomberg reports that according to a new study of 1,500 Americans, Millennial women love to drop the F bomb and overall Millennials love to say the “s word” and “f word” while at work. Three-quarters of female Millennial managers admit to cussing at work, while 58% of Gen Xers and Baby Boomers in the same role say they swear while working. Two-thirds of Millenninal employees regardless of rank admitted to saying a dirty word while on the clock, and Millennial women, yes women, are less bothered by profanity than Millennial men. Being a card carrying member of the Millennial generation this comes as no surprise to me. I’ve seen women cuss more than men, and some have dirtier mouths. You see it on TV. Look at these vulgar women comedians on Comedy Central that are just as filthy as the men. The increase in foul language on the job is just another example of our increasingly degrading society that’s being promoted by the pop culture and the decrease of religious and moral influence in America.   

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Background Material:

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-10-10/eff-millennials-this-generation-is-most-likely-to-swear-at-work

 

Posted on October 10, 2016 .