New York Magazine:
“Millennials are narcissists!” It’s the easy, go-to media narrative about the current generation of young adults.
But new research, published online this week in Psychological Science, suggests that we might have it all backward. Emory University scientists argue that people who enter the workforce during economic downturns — as millennials most certainly have — are actually much less likely to be narcissistic later in life, when compared to people who started their careers during more prosperous times.
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