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You said the article was "Bull" with regards to work ethic, but didn't cite one reason which would refute it. All you did was whine about the recent history of employment in the U.S. Then to conclude you said you are okay with their attitude (which must be a poor work ethic) because boomers cultivated it. I'm sorry your life has sucked that bad and you've been mistreated. Try to be a problem solver instead of an enabler, most good engineers work in that manner.
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