The New York Times recently published an article by Peter Ivan Hoffman, a senior vice-president for a large communications firm based in New York City. The article was entitled “Voices of the New Generation” and, in it, Mr. Hoffman writes as a “Yuppie” — a “baby boomer,” now in his thirties, who has made it big in the business world. The article begins …
If the office in which I toil has anything in common with a million other offices in this country, if friends of mine are a barometer of what our thirty-something brothers and sisters throughout America are thinking, it appears that we’ve about reached the end of our respective ropes. Somehow, working in corporate America after growing up in the counterculture of the 60’s seemed mighty hip in the 80’s. Making a lot of money was a kick, a daily drug to equal the kick of the chemicals many consumed each night … Yes, we bought the whole package — food,…
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