2. Many of us are narcissistic and upset because there are people in our organizations who do less work at worse quality and make more money. We know we are better than them regardless of "experience level" so why should we work harder when it's not financially in our best interest?
3. We have seen the perils of being loyal to a company, so why should you expect us to have any loyalty at all?
4. Many of us feel that many corporate policies were created by previous generations to ensure job security. Instead of worrying about dollars and cents they are more concerned with insignificant petty bullshit.
5. How many people out there would rather be at work than doing something they love? I bet it's not many, so don't get upset when you ask this question and get an HONEST answer. Job Interviewers who ask this question are either A: Asking a potential employee to lie (in this case they answer right) or B: Answer the question honestly (in this case they don't get the job). It's a catch 22 that we see right through and wonder how someone who makes hiring decisions is stupid enough to ask this question.
6. We realize 90% of corporate America is bullshit
7. It bothers us that we help all of your fellow employees with technology questions yet we make significantly less money.
8. We know we are getting screwed by the boss, by the company, by the government, by schools and by society.
9. Just because we use our smartphones a lot doesn't mean we don't do work on them.
10. I know that I am a productivity machine when not bogged down by stupid policies and rules that serve no good at all, so why do they exist? It makes my job much more difficult without any clear benefit.