Each generation has its start and cutoff point. Where these begin and end are important to demographers and how one self-identifies. The selection of dates can be somewhat arbitrary, but often grow in acceptance over time. Also, naming these generations …
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Could you survive three months without social media? What would it feel like? Would you want to relapse afterwards? Christina Farr, a Millennial and reporter for CNBC, decided she needed to step away from her social media, mostly Facebook and …
Between cord-cutters and cord-nevers, cable TV is finding it ever more challenging to maintain its grip on subscribers. Cord-cutters are people who already subscribe to a cable service and decide to leave. Cord-nevers are generally Millennials who never had cable …
Millennial men and women as compared to their grandparents of fifty years ago are statistically much different, but for Millennial women the shift is dramatic. Pew Research Center has posted a statistical comparison of Millennials and the Silent Generation. What …
Harvard Business Review has an opinion piece from Rebecca M. Henderson, Harvard University’s John and Natty McArthur University Professor, based at Harvard Business School, about why more and more CEOs are taking social responsibility seriously. She explains that, “Companies are …
According to Reuters, “NBC’s parent, Comcast Corp, paid more than $7.75 billion for the rights to broadcast the Olympic Games to U.S. audiences, up until 2032. Most of its Olympic revenues will come from selling TV advertising or from …
It used to be that many Millennials were moving back into their parents’ homes during the Great Recession. Today, new research from Pew Research Center shows that many parents are moving into households of their adult children or other relatives. …
Though not scientific, a college professor has written in the Huffington Post about his recent engagement with Generation Z. Generally the older generation feels the new generation is diminished in some way; that technology, poor education or upbringing makes them …
NPR, through their Youth Radio partnership, has a great story about a Gen Z influencer who created her own career and following. Generation Z is the group that follows Millennials. Their oldest members are now heading off to college. …
Adweek has an infographic explaining “What Millennials Value Most in Their Lives, Careers and Personal Tech”. The results come from a survey only allowing answers with two options. It is hard to know the accuracy of the survey, but the …