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There is no doubt that over the years the life of the typical American teenager has changed I feel it is partly due to the expansion and evolvement of the American society Technology mostly has broadened our society and I feel teenagers have just adapted to it I also feel society has basically set the standards for teenage life They have given us the Internet thus giving us new opportunities to make money learn more and know more about modern technology than the baby boomer generation You hear the older generations people 40 and older disagreeing with how we are living our lives They think we should be living our teenage years the way they lived theirs working at the convenience store on the corner the town diner or the local gas station etc They dont seem to understand the new technologies When they were growing up everything seemed to be black and white things werent as complex Many adults have been left behind with the rapid advances in technology Now-a-days kids first jobs are repairing computers and making 50 an hour with a click of the mouse I feel that it comes down to a feeling of jealousy In a way our parents wish they could be the ones who are technologically informed They want to be the ones making 50 an hour Granted a teenagers life isnt all wonderful Along with the advances in technology kids form of rebellion has advanced Being a teenager myself I cant say that I am proud of living in this category Now a days all you see on TV is the crimes being committed by teenagers the drug abuse the bad things being done you never see the good things being done by teenagers mainly because the bad gets more notoriety than the good And because of the advancement in rebellion we cant go back to the good ol days of the status-quo Teenagers have helped
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