The upcoming generation will create social growth as has every generation before them. That is the nature of human society - youth are taught what they need to know to enter the adult world by their elders and then when they become adults they take over and society grows and changes as a result.
It seems that each new generation in our nation's history is the cause of concern in the preceding generation. It seems to the elders that the young are lazy, amoral and unintelligent. These opinions were expressed about youth in the 1960s, the 1970s, through to the current decade. In each cause the generation of that era matured and advanced the economy and society. I don't doubt that the current generation of young people will do likewise. If anything, their contribution to society will be the greatest yet as this generation is more familiar with advanced technology than any other in the country's history.
The young generation by and large never learned very much about the decline and depravity that accompany the character flaws of envy and spite that lead to socialism. They have been led to believe that success should be punished, not encouraged. Their parents and teachers never taught them how the Aesop's fable of the goose that laid the golden eggs, as well as the farmer and the gardener and the dog. By and large, they've been easily deceived by the left, and like every other nation that thought they could make socialism work, they will learn the hard way, or not at all, because of their conceit.