On the plus side, this model includes Generation Y. On the downside, it makes the common mistake of identifying Gen Y with the Millennials. A closer look also shows the tail end of Generation Jones appended to Generation X, the usual misidentification of Gen Y as “Late Gen X”, and the same blurring of the line between the Millennials and the Zoomers.
B- for effort.
I took the liberty of correcting the overwrought model above according to my painstaking generational research.
Here’s the result:
Much cleaner, more efficient, and communicates the key ideas at a glance. Not only is this model more rhetorically sound, it conveys age demographic facts more effectively.
The next time confusion arises as to when Generation Z began, or someone denies that Gen Y exists, share this handy infographic.
And as always, don’t give money to people who hate you!
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