” The Rise Of The Millennial Generation”

I created the graph myself with data from a Pe...

I created the graph myself with data from a Pew Research Center study, taken from here. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Generations, like people, have personalities. Their collective identities typically begin to reveal themselves when their oldest members move into their teens and twenties and begin to act upon their values, attitudes and worldviews.

America‘s newest generation, the Millennials,1 is in the middle of this coming-of-age phase of its life cycle. Its oldest members are approaching age 30; its youngest are approaching adolescence.

Who are they? How are they different from — and similar to — their parents? How is their moment in history shaping them? And how might they, in turn, reshape America in the decades ahead?

Research revealed these facts about the Millennials courtesy of Pew Research Center Publications Generations, like people, have personalities. Their collective identities typically begin to reveal themselves when their oldest members move into their teens and twenties and begin to act upon their values, attitudes and worldviews.

America’s newest generation, the Millennials,1 is in the middle of this coming-of-age phase of its life cycle. Its oldest members are approaching age 30; its youngest are approaching adolescence.

The result of a socially alert group that has been weaned on social media as a way of life, where a Facebook page has become as important as the daily newspaper. This type of group entity culture has led to many social problems but also it has introduced us to an age of prosperity.

My question is has it made our lives better or worse, only time will give us the answer.

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