To a certain extent, I believe this to be true. We live in an instantaneous satisfaction society now and that is one of the byproducts.
But good god am I getting sick of the whining.
If I see one more person discussing what they're fall back options will be when they finish pharmacy school and can't find a job, I may smack them upside the head with a 2x4. God forbid you actually have to distinguish yourself in a way other than having a Pharm.D. and perhaps look outside your comfort zone for a job.
It annoys me. Really, really annoys me. I am about to start a job as a cashier for Walmart. Does it suck? You bet your ass it does, but I'm not bitching about it. It's a small hiccup in an otherwise long road.
The doom and gloom about the future job market seems to be saturating my peers. Sweeping generalizations are applied simply because someone cannot find a job in a particular area.
Again, it's fucking annoying.
Am I going to have to put up with this for the next four years? Am I going to need to invest in several cases of Johnnie Walker?
Or am I completely missing something here?