I work at a university, and for whatever reason, it seems like every new hire is 24 years old. Probably to maintain virtual slave labor since you can pay them peanuts. Anyhoo....
I have near constant problems with these kids not understanding how the workplace works. Basic stuff like don't talk out of your asss at meetings about stuff when you've been here for 3 weeks. Try to figure stuff out, don't just sit there and say you don't know how to do it. Don't email the boss with an idea about something in my purview without talking to me about it first. Staying in your swim lane, etc. Although it is fun doing point-by-point takedowns of the idea in the reply to the boss.
Anyone else? Millennials