[Generation Y] Are People born in 2000 or 2001 Generation Y or Generation Z?

Are People born in 2000 or 2001 Generation Y or Generation Z?

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This is a discussion on Are People born in 2000 or 2001 Generation Y or Generation Z? within the Generation Y Forum forums, part of the The Generations category; I see opinions split on the matter whether or not they would be my generation....

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    Are People born in 2000 or 2001 Generation Y or Generation Z?

    I see opinions split on the matter whether or not they would be my generation.



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    I would say generation Z

    Example I was born in 1983 I grew up primarily in the 90s I was generation Y

    My daughter was born in 2003, she is growing primarily in the teens of the millennia in her distinct remembered child hood.

    My brother who was born in 1998 is now 16 I consider him a completely generation then me. (we are 15 years apart)

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    I say they are in the YZ cusp because they didnt have any technology in their hands as children as they were playing with regular toys and the fact they are in school with the late 90s babies. Not only that, I dont think they can relate to people born 2005 and after because they were in elementary school in the 00s while the rest are still in elementary today. However, the rapid of tech did explode when they were 9 and 10 in 2010 as they were in elementary, so that does make them a little different from the mid 90s babies who were in high school when this happened. Also, they are also graduating high school in the years 2018 and 2019.

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    IMO, if you're born during or after the Internet boom and the popularization of cell phones in the mid-90s, you're Gen Z.
    Simple as that.
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    Generation Z, easily.

    Generation Y cuts off at around 1994-ish.
    ilia, AddictiveMuse, Fumetsu and 1 others thanked this post.

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    Definitely Generation Z.

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    My personal qualification for Generation Y is to have at least one waking memory of the year 1999. If not, then you're Generation Z.
    WorldzMine, Encoder319, BlueLeaves95 and 4 others thanked this post.

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    Generation Y

    Definitely Gen Z. They are worlds apart from true Gen Y-ers and even early Gen Z-ers
    AddictiveMuse thanked this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XcrashX View Post
    I say they are in the YZ cusp because they didnt have any technology in their hands as children as they were playing with regular toys and the fact they are in school with the late 90s babies. Not only that, I dont think they can relate to people born 2005 and after because they were in elementary school in the 00s while the rest are still in elementary today. However, the rapid of tech did explode when they were 9 and 10 in 2010 as they were in elementary, so that does make them a little different from the mid 90s babies who were in high school when this happened. Also, they are also graduating high school in the years 2018 and 2019.
    I had technology in my hands as a child and I was born in 87. It may not had been as advanced, but I had a Game Boy, a Gamegear, Nano Fighters, etc.

    The real dividing line is the internet. It completely changed the way we live, how we communicate, and even the way we think. Even though I was still a kid when the internet was becoming popular, I remember the world without it, and can appreciate the significance of it and how it changed everything. Kids born in 2000/01 (or even the mid-late 90s) have a completely different perspective, because the internet has always been there. That's a true generational gap.
    Ntuitive, ilia, AddictiveMuse and 1 others thanked this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neyco View Post
    I had technology in my hands as a child and I was born in 87. It may not had been as advanced, but I had a Game Boy, a Gamegear, Nano Fighters, etc.

    The real dividing line is the internet. It completely changed the way we live, how we communicate, and even the way we think. Even though I was still a kid when the internet was becoming popular, I remember the world without it, and can appreciate the significance of it and how it changed everything. Kids born in 2000/01 (or even the mid-late 90s) have a completely different perspective, because the internet has always been there. That's a true generational gap.
    What I meant by tech in their hands I mean as children, they didnt have a phone, ipod touch, or a tab at all. They had regular toys like a toy piano, stuffed animals, action figures, and a toy phone. Game consoles dont count towards this even though it's tech because video games have been around for a long time and kids have played them often. They even take care of them and learn tactics from them. The first handheld a person born in 2000-01 could have had was either a GB-SP or a Nintendo DS just like your first one was a gameboy and/or a gamegear. Also, a person born in 2000-01 can remember a time before we were connected globally around the world. The technology was not advanced as it is today until 2010-11 which happened when they were 9-11 years old giving them time to experience a non-connected world. Even though the internet existed before they were born, they werent the ones using it and they didnt know how to use it either until they were older. Today, kids under 10 actually know how to use the internet and take photos of themselves or other people. You're right that the internet is the diving line, but the people born from 1995-2001 didnt use it as children; however, they did use a computer when they were little.
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