Gen Y

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Gen Y

A popular term that describes the demographic cohort following Generation X, which has been variously defined as corresponding to those born between the mid-1970s up to the early 2000s. They are also known as the Echo Boomers, given that many of them are children of baby boomers.
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While the millennial generation holds no definitive threshold, Dimock settled with 1996 as a meaningful cutoff for analytical purposes due to political, economic and social factors that defined the generation's formative years.
It becomes increasingly important and effective to engage with the millennial generation as the agent of change in the digital world and as one of the main drivers to grow the e-commerce industry in Indonesia.
Oxford Dictionaries is recognizing the power of the millennial generation with its 2017 word of the year: youthquake.
Author Jean Twenge, a Professor of Psychology at San Diego State University, conducted in-depth analysis and research into the social impact of smartphones on young people and the differences with the Baby Boomer and Millennial generations before them.
Fifty-seven percent of Generation Z-ers want a physical workspace, but they want this coupled with the option to work remotely, which is not too dissimilar from the millennial generation.
And many people in the middle sandwich generation also feel under pressure to pass any inheritance they receive straight on to their own young adult children - the millennial generation - the research found.
This study is such a fantastic example of how powerful the Millennial generation can be for businesses, said Jason Dorsey, Millennial researcher, a.
The millennial generation comprises the bulk of this group, in addition to the emerging Generation Z or
Meng-Shan Tsai presents readers with an comprehensive examination of contemporary and emerging human resources management solutions for recruiting and retaining workers from the millennial generation throughout the globe.
In reading this list of traits, the Millennial generation really is not much different, they just use new technology tools.
The guest editorial in this issue of Access points out that the millennial generation is the first to have been born into the digital age.
Currently there is waning faith in that dream; the millennial generation is thought to have almost no faith at all in higher education.