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ISBN-13: 9781935114789

ISBN-10: 1935114794

ISBN-13: 9781935114796

A solid source for researchers who are looking to quick and simply evaluate and distinction the demographics of the six dwelling generations--iGeneration, Millennial, iteration X, child increase, Swing, and global struggle II. It opens with an in-depth assessment of the demographics of every new release and the eleven following chapters learn their attitudes, schooling, wellbeing and fitness, housing, source of revenue, exertions strength, dwelling preparations, inhabitants, spending, time use, and wealth. every one bankruptcy contains tables and textual content sincerely describing crucial developments, together with what to anticipate sooner or later. present day international adjustments quickly and those who are as low as ten years aside in age could have very various reviews starting to be up, making them not like each other in major methods. American Generations unearths the diversities and similarities one of the generations of usa citizens.

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On religious issues, Millennials and older Americans are often far apart. Only 39 percent of Millennials identify themselves as Protestant, for example, compared with 60 percent of older Americans. Twenty-seven percent of Millennials say they have no religion compared with just 7 percent of the oldest generation. Most Millennials believe in God without a doubt (53 percent), but the figure is well below the percentage that has no doubt among older Americans (71 percent). The 55 percent majority of Millenials say they are only slightly or not at all religious.

Time moves on, however. As of 2010, Boomers are no longer the largest generation. They are outnumbered by the 77 million–strong Millennial generation. Millennials account for another 25 percent of the population and 29 percent of adults. Although they are drawing the spotlight away from Boomers, this has not stirred resentment among Boomers because most Millennials are their beloved children. And besides, the economic clout of the Baby-Boom generation—even after being knocked to their knees by the Great Recession—guarantees that it will be a force to be reckoned with for decades to come.

After the 19-year birth fest that created the Baby Boom, the annual number of births declined. In 1964, the last year of the Baby Boom, more than 4 million babies were born. 8 million births. The annual number of births continued to slide in a generally downward direction through 1976 before beginning to rise again. This period of fewer births resulted in a numerically small generation sandwiched between two much larger ones. In 2010, there were nearly 50 million Generation Xers, aged 34 to 45.

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