this is a great question!
I don't want to sound too cynical, because I really do believe that there are still lots of wonderful things to live for. And I also don't want to stereotype "all of society" as being the same. There are lots of different people with different attitudes and different experiences. The things I dislike about society seem to me to be things that are pretty typical of society in general, but I realize that they do not apply to everyone.
What I dislike:
•people are so materialistic these days. everything is about the latest status symbol, iPods, cell phones, must-have gadgets, commercialism
•violence, not that it's anything new, but really, you'd have thought humans would learn to stop fighting and killing each other by now. there is so much suffering and misery in the world simply because humans cannot get along
•racism, ethnocentricism, hatred, ignorance
•everyone is obsessed with the "path to success". all anyone seems to want is to get ahead in life. they see education as a means to an end...as a way to get a job and make money. People don't seem to value knowlege and education on their own anymore.
•economic development and neoliberalism. the agenda of politicians and corporations is a constant agenda of economic growth, relying upon the exploitation of the Third World. it is not fair. It is just a form of neoimperialism.
•there doesn't seem to be much good music or movies these days
•people are too afraid. the likelihood that terrorists are going to attack us again is extremely low. we need to stop being so paranoid.
•boredom. people are so bored these days. they have no attention span.
•my super sweet sixteen. that show is representative of everything that is wrong with america. that, and paris hilton and britney spears