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What Generation Span do you agree or identify for Generation Z?

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What Generation Span do you agree or identify for Generation Z?

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Views should be respected in the comment area. Just like Demographers, Authors and Sites have different views of Start and End for a Generation it is okay for each person to have different views & acknowledgements of Generation span for Generation Z.
 

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Generation Z are people who were born from 1995-2009 or 2012 or 1997-TBA or lastly 2001-2019 which i tend to agree the most
Stop bumping this post no one cares anymore

You surely don’t wanna be grouped by a 9 year old wow your 25? Shame on you old man
 

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1995-2014

If you can barely remember the 90's, but remember the 00's or the 10's clearly, you're a Gen Z.
 

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That's Generation Z dude, it's not about the similarities. 2010 borns are expiriencing the culture of Gen Z that's why they're pretty much gen z also.
 

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no that is too short but i respect your comment by liking it.However,i still Gen Z are either people who were born from 1999-2016 or 2001-2019 which i agree the most.
Most other generations end at 15 years so that's my reasoning. Plus, as someone born in 2001, I will be a legal adult by the time anyone from 2019 is born. I don't think we will have very much in common based on the age we grow up in.
 

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1998-2015 or thereabouts, but really this just highlights the flaw with strict cut offs. Someone born in 1998 is obviously going to have a lot more in common with someone born in 1995 than someone who is just 3 years old now.. likewise I do not see myself, being born in 1995, as being in a different generation to people born in 1994. I was in the same class as people born in 1994. We grew up with the same cultural references and have the same memories. I don't see why they would be Gen Y but I'd but Gen Z just because they have one more year in the 90s that they probably don't remember much if at all. It makes no sense to me.

Generations should be things that gradually taper off, not suddenly cease to be. The lines are very blurred.
 
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