We all want to feel special. Having your own generation gives Xennials distinction. It all began three years ago according to this Vogue article. Now it’s becoming a real demographic. The Bold Italic, an online publication out of …
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Xennials – Millennials, Little Difference
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June 30, 2017 – 9:17 am
Here’s a new demographic term to us – Xennials. It apparently was first introduced in 2014 by GOOD magazine. According to Inverse Culture, it is the group that sits between Millennials and Gen-Xers. They were born between 1977 and …
By Dean Goldman | |