Generally speaking that describes many of them. When I worked for AT&T Core I installed and maintained Special Circuits, most of the time it was cake work but once in a while my manager would toss me some rough jobs knowing I would get them done with a minimum of bitching. Due to my family of skills being rather broad I also was assigned new hires to ride with me for 6 weeks before being assigned a van and working on their own, over the span of 28 years I trained maybe 50 Tech's. What I discovered with the younger (under 30) was an aversion to do anything involving tools or working outside, manual labor and sweating was just not what they where cut out for, out of the half dozen or so Millennials I trained only one lasted past the 6 month probation period and one quit, another quit after just a week, it was rainy season and he couldn't handle working in the rain even with raingear on. And the job wasn't minimum wage, a new hire depending how he tested could start at $21 per hour and max out at $36 per hour.