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There is a widespread belief in the United States and Western Europe

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There is a widespread belief in the United States and Western Europe that young people have a smaller commitment to work and a career than their parents and grandparents and that the source of the change lies in the collapse of the "work ethic".

1) ".." - smaller is wrongly used for commitment.
2) less of a commitment to work and a career than their parents and grandparents
this choice neeeds verb because peope have commitment and parents HAD. whenever the tense shift is there we cannot ellipse the verb in comparison.
3) a smaller commitment to work and a career than that of their parents and grandparents
4) less of a commitment to work and a career than their parents and grandparents had
5) a lessening of the commitment to work and a career that their parent and grandparents had
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