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Renee Smith is a Research Consultant at a consulting firm and a Lecturer. She provides Political Risk Analysis and Policy Analysis, and has a demonstrated history of working in the Higher Education industry. She provides political commentary on numerous platforms such as TV, radio and online publications. She is a strong professional with an MA Politics (Cum Laude) focused in Political Risk Analysis. Moreover, she has a leadership track record.

All the ways Xennials are different

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If you were born between 1977 and 1985, you're officially a member of the microgeneration known as xennials.

The term was coined by Sarah Stankorb in a 2014 Good magazine article to describe a group that straddles Gen X, born between 1965 and 1980, and millennials, born between 1981 and 1996, according to the Pew Research Center.

Xennials, according to Stankorb and the many similar stories that followed, grew up watching"My So-Called Life" and popping cassettes into the stereo, but transitioned pretty seamlessly to using smartphones and social media.https://www.businessinsider.com/millennials-vs-xennials-biggest-differences-2018-4?utm_content=bufferef434&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer-lifestyle
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I believe that every set of generation has something to contribute in this world. And I agree that Xennials are quite unique or different because they have experienced the"old and the new" in terms of technology. Quite lucky I may say.
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What do you think about Xennials?
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Yea we had to use land line to call the girls.
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So... Gen Y is completely dropped now? About 4-6 years ago, Generation Y was still a thing... The generation between Gen X & Millennials.
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So... Gen Y is completely dropped now? About 4-6 years ago, Generation Y was still a thing... The generation between Gen X & Millennials.
They are between 20-30 I think.
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Only generation to grow up on analog then quickly transition to digital... And never an issue. We know what it's like without smartphones and how much things have changed with them (usually good).

And we grew up when cameras weren't everywhere thankfully...
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This is well old news! face with tears of joy
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Although it is hard to think of, the human populations of certain generations are distinct in their characteristics from the other. Certainly, something about that generation caused the wide shift of behavior.
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Although it is hard to think of, the human populations of certain generations are distinct in their characteristics from the other. Certainly, something about that generation caused the wide shift of behavior.
I think so. Everyone can really be affected on how other people behave. The way Millennials behave right now has probably something to do with Xennials (microgeneration).
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If we, gen Xers, had smart phones with cameras when growing up, we would have an infinite number of Oscar caliber documentaries.
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If we, gen Xers, had smart phones with cameras when growing up, we would have an infinite number of Oscar caliber documentaries.
Definitely! Hahaha!
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