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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/12/2018 08:10PM by Shop-et-al.
Found this on a career site. I think being on the cusp has defined you in a different group depending on the site.
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The Greatest Generation 1910 - 1924
The Silent Generation 1925 - 1945
Baby Boomer Generation 1946 - 1964
Generation X (Baby Bust) 1965 - 1979
Xennials 1975 -1985
Generation Y / The Millennials -1980 - 1994

Evaluating and mailing packages since 1994
I’m a proud millennial.

Shopping the Greater Denver Area, Colorado Springs and in-between in Colorado. 28 year old male and willing to travel! Badged for Denver International Airport.
When I first saw the subject line I thought it was "gender" and it reminded me of recent surveys where it asks me with which gender I most closely identify...LOL.

@SteveSoCal wrote:

Is this like gender identity where we can choose the generation we feel most connected to?
The silent generation for me, but always ahead of my time......

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Tally so Far:
The Greatest Generation 1910 - 1924
I The Silent Generation 1925 - 1945
I Baby Boomer Generation 1946 - 1964
I Generation X (Baby Bust) 1965 - 1979
Xennials 1975 -1985
I Generation Y / The Millennials -1980 - 1994

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Gen X, but barely. And I never knew I was Gen X until the 90s, that is when I first heard it, so I ever know exactly where I ever fit, which is the story of my life. Missed the baby boom by days as a cuspy Aquarius too. I probably did hear Baby Bust before Gen X though.
I really identify with the Baby Boomers generation, as I was very close to my nephew and gave him support during the Vietnam war and other things that generation went through...oh the early 60's......in San Francisco

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Many forum members think the same thing smiling smiley

@MFJohnston wrote:

Many of my students think that I was born in the Stone Age....
Gen Y. Although, for some reason my soul keeps wandering around the Baby Boomer Gen when watching TV.
Me toosmiling smiley

@Eric in Tampa wrote:

The OMG, WTF generation.

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