Millennials are typically defined as those born in the early 1990s through the early 2000s and characterized as digitally native, generally enjoy living and working in urban areas.
From The baffling reason many millennials don’t eat cereal (Washington Post, February 23, 2016):
A large contingent of millennials are uninterested in breakfast cereal because eating it means using a bowl, and bowls don't clean themselves (or get tossed in the garbage). Bowls, kids these days groan, have to be cleaned.More significantly, we read this:
Cereal isn't the only food suffering from a national trend toward laziness. Coffee has suffered a similar fate. Despite talk of a third wave of coffee, which values quality above all else, and basks in artisanal rather than effortless methods of preparation, Americans still covet convenience above all else.
"Convenience is the one thing that’s really changing trends these days," Howard Telford, an industry analyst at market research firm Euromonitor, said last year....
...[H]ow families raise their kids [today] seems to be turning even the most mundane of responsibilities, like doing the dishes, into unthinkable nuisances....Read the rest HERE.
Stereotyping is simplistic thinking. Still, there does seem to be a trend of despising any physical task as a waste of time. If there's not an app for a task, many Millennials are not interested in pursuing that task.
I don't know about your neighborhood. But here on this block of mega-mansions (all built long after my family settled here), I never see my neighbors' children doing any chores. Everything is hired out — particularly childcare, cleaning the house, and mowing the yard. What's more, only rarely do we see the children here outside.
Whither a society such as this?