Analysis Of Millennial: The Worst Generation

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People are categorized by their age from the date of their birth to the current time. Age not only influences one’s life span but the time period they were raised in, the life changing events they’ve gone through and the different lifestyles they became accustomed to. In the United States the generation of Baby Boomers have been overly studied and critique by researchers, with their influx of birth rates from the years of 1946-1964, and their overwhelmingly demand of hospital delivery rooms, social security as well as Medicare. Now, a few generations after the Baby Boomers the United states is faced with a new dilemma, the generation of the so called “Millennial” the group of people that was born between 1989-2000s. This generation brings new problems to the table. The Millennial Generation is categorized as the “Worst Generation” due to the attributes they are given. Millennial are viewed as narcissistic, apathetic and lazy. Even though Millennial are viewed as the “Bad Generation” there’s a reason behind their traits with correlation the time frame they are placed in the Economic and social standings of the country, and are not entirely their fault. Millennial turned out to be one of the powerhouses, that pushed the United States out of recession during …show more content…
A study conducted by the 2014 Pew Survey (U.S Census Bureau, “Young Adults Then and Now”) states that the average student debt increased almost twice as much as their preceding generation from $15,000 to $27,000. In the (Bloomberg Millennial Housing Affordability Index) of fifty Largest Cities in the U.S Young adults are the ones who have a decrease in homeownership; they are more prone to move back home with their parents, or their roommates to save the cost of living under a

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