Yup. That makes me feel old seeing that I graduated high school in the year that you were born. Looks like you're right... you're part of Generation Z or "post-millennials" or whatever they want to call it. Frankly, there are way too many generation names now. I'm technically a millenial (born in 1982) but my mini-generation doesn't quite fit the millenial "mold" because we initially grew up in an analog age... so we're the Oregon Trail mini-Generation (hopefully that doesn't mean I'm going to die of dysentery).2000
I thought Gen X were the spawn of Boomers which would make Millenials the children of Gen X --- the young parents anyway. I had kids older so I suppose mine are gen Z?????Gen Z are mainly our (Gen X) children. Millennials are the spawn of boomers. There are two generational lines in America: (1) Silent/Gen X/Gen Z, and (2) WW2/Boomer/Millennial. (2) is a cancer.
Although, as a generational line, they seem to be really cursed.
Nah.I thought Gen X were the spawn of Boomers which would make Millenials the children of Gen X --- the young parents anyway. I had kids older so I suppose mine are gen Z?????
I don't know why they call us Generation X. We had the birth of the computer age and the cold war. We were cold war children.
They say we had nothing to identify with. Very wrong! Who decides these things, anyway?
There is nothing in this world more devastating than to be born to a single mother. No other demographic factor comes close to how that sets people up for failure and ruin. No amount of educational reform can fix that either. You have to cut single mothers off from the money.Not if President Trump does his part in reforming education in this country, and more and more people start waking up. While the future is up for grabs, I wouldn't be that pessimistic if I were you.