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Jodie Foster on working with Gen Z, filming “True Detective” and being Oscar nominated as a teenager

Jodie Foster talks about with Jimmy Kimmel singing at the Oscars at nine years old, being nominated at thirteen, bringing a date to the show, working with Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, being in a new season of “True Detective,” filming in Iceland, seeing the Northern Lights, people there believing in elves, and working with Gen Z.

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  1. Great interview with Jodie.

    I have worked with a least 4 generations in the workplace. And I am sure you working at the college your experience what Jodie is speaking of first hand.

    I don’t want to be stereotypical BUT the younger generation is lacking in so many ways. If I hear the word ‘vibe” one more time I will scream. I was speaking to a city recruiter a few years back and she was explaining how the 20-30-year-olds in the workplace are a problem. They don’t seem to understand guidelines/rules and not everything is a negotiation. I had one employee, in her mid-twenties, who did not understand that one had to show up for work at a certain time. She wanted to come and go as she pleased. She felt that as long as she put in eight hours what’s the big deal? I had to explain to her corporate America. I follow this guy on Instagram and he conveys what teenagers/college kids ask their parents about life. My god, I am surprised some of these kids make it to the end of the week. Just daily navigating through life is a challenge for some of them.

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