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This is a discussion on When do you think Generation Z starts or is at least the cusp spans? within the Generation Z Forum forums, part of the The Generations category; Originally Posted by Cocoa Puff Absolutely wrong about that, bud. Those born in the late 90s and early 00s would ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cocoa Puff View Post
    Absolutely wrong about that, bud. Those born in the late 90s and early 00s would definitely would remember a time before everything went digital, but they are too young to be Millennials, hence the term "Post-Millennial". Even those born in the mid 00s could possibly remember a pre-digital world, but they don't remember a pre-smartphone world, so they would be the start of the iGen cohort.

    Post Millennial is anyone born after the millennial generation(including people who are/can be part of Gen Alpha).If you are trying to describe post millennial as in Gen Z people with millennial overlap,that's wrong there's no millennial overlap at all,even with the oldest of Gen Zers. It's a lot more simple to just say Gen Z, as opposed to "post millennial for the 1st half of Gen Z and igen for the second half of Gen Z". We can separate the first half of Gen Z from the second of Gen Z like this,using my 1997-2014 definition.

    1997-2005- 1st half for Gen Z(1997-2002 would be fully early Gen Z with 2003 and 2004 being cusp between early Gen Z and core Gen Z with 2005 being fully core Gen Z)

    2006-2014-second half of Gen Z (people born from 2006-2007 would be fully core Gen Z with people born from 2008-2009 being cusp between core Gen Z an late Gen Z.2010 would be fully late Gen Z with 2011-2018 would be Gen Z/Gen Alpha cusp)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gmkl View Post
    yes thats a good estimation of the generations too, the Millennial generation should start in the early 80s and end in the mid 90s
    however the late 90s borns who claim to be millenials are lying to themselves akin to how early 80s borns claim to be the last facets of Gen X lol
    I could see early 80s babies as Gen Xers. It's not a sure thing at all that they are fully millennials and to suggest otherwise is ridiculous. For I think people born from 1980-1983 can choose to be late Gen X,early millennial,or in between.Also early 80s babies are a lot more comparable to mid 90s babies than late 90s babies far what uncertainty which Generation they are apart,and even then there's a far higher chance that mid 90s babies are millennials than early 80s babies being millennials. Now I do agree with you on late 90s babies. They are fully Gen Z with no millennial influences at all.

  3. #43

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael69 View Post
    I could see early 80s babies as Gen Xers. It's not a sure thing at all that they are fully millennials and to suggest otherwise is ridiculous. For I think people born from 1980-1983 can choose to be late Gen X,early millennial,or in between.Also early 80s babies are a lot more comparable to mid 90s babies than late 90s babies far what uncertainty which Generation they are apart,and even then there's a far higher chance that mid 90s babies are millennials than early 80s babies being millennials. Now I do agree with you on late 90s babies. They are fully Gen Z with no millennial influences at all.
    yes thats what i noticed too, i for example (core millennial) feels like the mid 90s babies are the youngest group whom i feel at home with, but once you get to those born in 1997 and onwards it just feels off

    i also agree that late 90s babies are more like mid 00s babies then those born in the mid 90s
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    early 80s babies could be Gen Xers, but that would mean that late 90s babies are millennials, like it or not. Unless you only think mid 80s-mid 90s babies are millennials?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cocoa Puff View Post
    early 80s babies could be Gen Xers, but that would mean that late 90s babies are millennials, like it or not. Unless you only think mid 80s-mid 90s babies are millennials?
    People born in the early 80s have way more of a case to be Gen Xers than late 90s babies being millennial.Think about.I don't see much of a difference between late 70s babies and early 80s babies,and I could even see early 80s babies relating to mid 70s babies to a small extent.Also early 80s babies did grew up with both Gen Z things and millennial things as well. Late 90s babies on the other,the differences between them and mid 90s babies is large.They pretty grew up with strictly Gen Z stuff during childhood and teenage years with honestly no millennial influences at all.Late 90s babies have no case of being millennials at all. Also, yes I believe only mid 80s-mid 90s babies would be millennials. Generations don't have to be 15 years. Generation can only be 12 year long. Having the millennial Generation being from 1984-1996 is actually better than the 1981-1996 definition that the Pew Research center had the millennial Generation lasting, considering it only covers those who were in K-12 Schooling during 9/11,instead of also including college students like the Pew Research center does.
    Last edited by Michael69; 06-18-2019 at 02:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gmkl View Post
    yes thats what i noticed too, i for example (core millennial) feels like the mid 90s babies are the youngest group whom i feel at home with, but once you get to those born in 1997 and onwards it just feels off

    i also agree that late 90s babies are more like mid 00s babies then those born in the mid 90s
    I understand how you feel. Once get past 1996,the difference really,really show.There's even a large difference between those born in 1996 and those born in 1997,contrary to what most believe. I feel the youngest I can relate to myself is those born in 1996.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gmkl View Post
    yes thats what i noticed too, i for example (core millennial) feels like the mid 90s babies are the youngest group whom i feel at home with, but once you get to those born in 1997 and onwards it just feels off

    i also agree that late 90s babies are more like mid 00s babies then those born in the mid 90s
    Lmao, that is just not true.

    How can someone born in, say '98, have more in common with someone born in '05... someone born after 9/11, just 2 years of age when the first iPhone was released, someone, who today just finished middle school, than someone say three years older, born in '95, who is currently in the work force? '98 borns are going to be seniors in college this fall and are turning 21 this year.

    To compare them with current middle schoolers rather than those who they were actually in high school with is pretty ridiculous.

    Just sayin.
    Last edited by Millenium_01; 06-19-2019 at 07:52 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millenium_01 View Post
    Lmao, that is just not true.

    How can someone born in, say '98, have more in common with someone born in '05... someone born after 9/11, just 2 years of age when the first iPhone was released, someone, who today just finished middle school, than someone say three years older, born in '95, who is currently in the work force? '98 borns are going to be seniors in college this fall and are turning 21 this year.

    To compare them with current middle schoolers rather than those who they were actually in high school with is pretty ridiculous.

    Just sayin.
    you have autism right?

  10. #49

    Quote Originally Posted by Gmkl View Post
    you have autism right?
    Hilarious.

    I experienced by high school years with both cohorts (late-90s and mid-00s). Ask someone who actually has such an experience, instead of being so dense form stupid generalizations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millenium_01 View Post
    Hilarious.

    I experienced by high school years with both cohorts (late-90s and mid-00s). Ask someone who actually has such an experience, instead of being so dense form stupid generalizations.
    im sure those born in 96 and 2004 would disagree with you though


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