First, there were the Baby Boomers (that’s me), the huge population bubble arriving after World War II. Born into post war optimism and prosperity, we were the children of parents who grew up in the depression. We were the kids of the 60’s who rebelled against authority. Although born into greater affluence, as adults we actualized the hard working values of our parents.
Generation X’ers, born between 1960-1982, are now in their 40’s. In their twenties, they were characterized as disenfranchised, materialistic, and slackers. But according to recent longitudinal studies, these adults... Read More