How and why we define the Gen Z and Millennial generations

The definition of a generation has turned into a hotly contested mess, so we break down our characterization of Gen Z to explain how we define the generation, and why, in this article here.

Gen Z: 2001-2019 (currently 0-20-years-old)
*We only survey Gen Z ages 13-20-years-old
Millennials: 1982 - 2000 (currently 21-39-years-old)

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Read on ypulse.com: How We're Defining Gen Z and Why

 

 

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