Social media generation

Did you know that a survey of 10,000 millennials found 64 percent believe Instagram is the most narcissistic social media platform — with more votes than Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat combined.
When you’re not posting selfie after selfie on Instagram because you’re obsessed with how you look, you’re probably deleting that ill-advised pic that people just didn’t love.
The survey found 78 percent of millennials know someone who has deleted a post because it didn’t get enough likes.
For me, the weirdest part of that is it doesn’t surprise me.
It basically confirms most people post to seek validation from others, and it’s just another example of what a beautiful hot mess our generation is.
Guys in sunglasses taking selfie with backwards hat

Or, as LendEDU says,
The world of social media has become so expansive and diverse that its original intent has become convoluted.
For (millennials), social media is a powerful tool with the ability to create an entirely new persona, void of reality.
The formula is quite simple. If you post enough artsy, chic pictures of yourself that rack up plenty of likes, then real-life accomplishments will not matter because the popularity of your social media accounts will determine your status on the social hierarchy.

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