When Gen Xer Amy Rottier went shopping for her young children two decades ago, she drove to a mall and browsed for what she needed. Her millennial daughter, Helen, who is studying for a doctorate and doesn't have children, buys anything she needs with a click on her iPad.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Tired of Baby Boomers' stories of the “good ol' days,” of Millennials' tiny attention spans or the fatuous complaints of Zoomers?
You must be part of the “forgotten” Generation X, and the Illinois State Museum wants to hear from you.
Millennials would rather swipe right than swipe plastic. They love to pay their brunch tabs with cash. Debt scares them so much they don't care about credit card rewards.
The generation born 1981-1996 is accused of many things, but their dislike of credit cards is blown out of proportion.