The wisdom of Gen X women.
Why (and How) It's Hitting Gen X Women
New research shows teens are spending more time on their phones and less time with each other, and it’s having serious mental health consequences.
If you were born between the years 1977 and 1983, you can consider yourself a Xennial.
Nearly half of eligible voters did not vote in the 2016 presidential election across the US, according to data of early turnout
It also might be that older people just don't feel as obligated to their email inbox or latest text message that we millennials
I know that you both believe that age should not be an issue in your hiring by the American people in November or throughout your term. Alas, that is not an option for many older Americans.
4. Where in your life would you most want to have intergenerational collaboration? Share in political and social change initiatives
If this sounds like you, you could very well be an ambitious, symbolic-card-carrying member of the up-and-coming Gen Z workforce
July 14, 2016 at 11:59:52 AM NICE!!! I'm not playing (no time, hopefully soon) but I'm obsessed. Great innovation for small
Suddenly the seriousness of the new generation is upon is. Much has been made about the selfie generation, their whims, and narcissism. Only now as the dust settles, is it becoming increasingly clear that they are indeed mature enough to understand the world that they are taking on.
Jared and Genevieve represent millions of like-minded youth trying to change the world. All while brilliantly disguised as just another generation (or two) that really couldn't care less.
The innocence my friends and I experienced being high school students in the eighties sparks nostalgia for better/simple/easier times gone by.
Millennials in New York are more educated than the previous generation, but they're stuck in bad jobs with paltry pay.
In my seven years of travel across the world, I have worked with girls in economically disadvantaged societies, whose passion for a career in STEM is rooted in a desire for upward economic mobility as much as a love for those subjects.
We don't want a pity party. We don't need it. But myself and the generation I represent, want to be equally respected as productive members of society. Even if the older generations continue to believe that we are incompetent, it won't slow us down.