....and the generations after you will do them better than you. But the main reason millenials do them faster is because they now have grown up with the tools previous generations created to allow them the opportunity. Better is debatable, but I can't deny they have more info at an early age.
But again, boomers didn't raise millenials unless your parents are at least 64 years old.
The problem Generations Jones and Generation X had raising millenials is they played it too safe with their kids, it was understandable but at the same time millenials grew up being more sheltered from real life as the outside world SEEMED to be more dangerous as time went by, and their parents wanted kids safety first. You see, we grew up in the 70's and 80's where lots of bad stuff including cults, drugs, pedophilia, etc. were flooding the news constantly. Sure, that happens today but it wasn't spread on the news as much in the 50's and 60's. That was stuck in our minds when we became parents. So we bought them gaming systems and what we saw as safe items to keep them near home, always keeping an eye on their safety. Looking back, it probably wasn't the best style of parenting, but it seemed logical at the time. Millenials are lucky in some ways to have technology available to them at an early age, but I think it cost them alot of the basics of life and how to relate to people in the real world. Again, it is probably the parents fault for playing it too safe with their kids.