To come back onto the topic more generally, I find youngsters that come my way (in a professional capacity you sick fucks) struggle with the concept of someone being in charge and with the concept of doing it the way laid out in the Operations Manual. Old gits struggle with this too but they usually have the experience to back up their questioning of it, youngsters generally just don’t like being told no, often because it’s a novelty for them.
There is a correlation with that across the commercial world.
Wifey in her HR role is currently dealing with a string of disciplinary cases. Briefly, youngsters coming through (a) have no understanding of what a "boss" is, (b) that there is an employer-employee relationship that requires the employee to do as they're told, and (c) even more seriously, that a "contract" or, specifically, "confidentiality agreement" has to be observed (e.g. don't go talking to a competitor after you've already had two formal warnings...).
These young adults essentially have no concept of rules, boundaries, hierarchies, obligations or personal and working disciplines; I guess they have never picked up any of this from parenting or schools. This is on top of dreadful standards of speech, literacy and numeracy, and zero sense of personal and third party information security.
Whats really worrying is that this just appears to be the baseline for normal young adults coming into the workplace, and doesn't even address those who turn up already expert in the art of shouting " -ism!" and demanding tribunal hearings and compo.