Generation X births began in the mid-1960s and ended sometime between 1976 and the mid-1980s, though the exact dates are a matter of sociological debate. Generation X is preceded by the Baby Boomers and followed by Gener... More »

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Generation X refers to Americans who were born between 1965 and 1980. The population of this generation is approximately 50 million as of 2015. Typically, members of Generation X are considered better educated than the p... More »

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Members of Generation X were born between 1965 and 1980. Generation X generally prefers not to be looked at as a group, because its members are extremely individualistic, self-reliant and entrepreneurial. Generation X is... More »

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Some differences between the Baby Boomers and Generation X are Gen Xers command only half the market share that Baby Boomers do as of 2015 and Generation X is very philanthropic compared to the Boomers' work-centric atti... More »

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Some information about gender-based inequality in America is that even though women of the Millennial generation more often have a college degree than men of the same generation, women still live in poverty at higher rat... More »

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Youth shape the future of a nation by replacing the previous generation in key political, social and cultural roles. This causes regular revolutions in values and ideas as people reach adulthood and take over for others.... More »

Generation X refers to Americans who were born between 1965 and 1980. The population of this generation is approximately 50 million as of 2015. Typically, members of Generation X are considered better educated than the p... More »

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