Not sure where you are going to school but it is quite scary. I worked in the business world for 35 years and succeeded, but then again my attitude was a lot different than yours.
I learned personal responsibility and if I didn't want to pay "taxes" to property owners I found another piece of property that didn't charge those "taxes" and if I didn't like the job I had and since I was looking for a job when I found the one I had for 35 years, I could have found another.
You see, I learned a lot in school and learned a lot on the job. I made myself valuable and thus I went though a lot worse recession than this one along with other recessions and survived them all. How do you think I did that?
The only entitlement I ever expected was being entitled to equal opportunity, the outcome was my responsibility. Today it seems that entitlement mentality is one that you are entitled to healthcare insurance, you are entitled to retirement income, you are entitled to a job, to a house, to low cost schooling among other things. As I was growing up I looked at most of those as my responsibility. Funny how times have changed.