The generational divide that has long existed in our economy is now growing alarmingly wider. We all feel it: young people trying to gain a foothold in their professional lives while previous generations quietly believe its new, younger colleagues are too self-involved and uncommitted to cultivate the relationships that they're leaving behind at retirement. It's a problem that sits at the intersection of historic and economic forces that stretch far beyond problems of workplace culture in professional service firms. And it's also a problem that stretches to my dinner table.