Anonymous asked in Social ScienceEconomics · 5 months ago

Why is Gen-X less talked about than Baby-boomers and Millenials?

4 Answers

  • Gen-X is a smaller population in the U.S.

  • Oiy
    Lv 6
    5 months ago

    They are not economically much important to talk about.

  • 5 months ago

    smallest population

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Gen-X 'ers are born about 1964-1979. There was no blatant cultural identifier. Characteristics are not as defined, as more of a blend between generations.

    End of the cold war, the rise of personal computing, and feeling lost between the two larger generations of more iconic events. Gen-X is the transition from physical to digital and electronic. Technology is a learned process rather than absorbed as part of life, or created by Boomers. Facebook is probably the best defining as averaging 7 hours a day. Gen-Xers still prefer banking in person. Minimal adult supervision growing up. Gen-X is most brand-loyal. Gen-X is often waiting for an inheritance from the Boomers. In general many are not instilled to a devotion to work, and least likely to be devoted to causes. Millennials are entrepreneurial, but don't understand what it takes to do it. 

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