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You Can’t Google It! The Compelling Case for Cross-Generational Conversation at Work.
Generations are defined by similar formative influences—social, cultural, political, economic—that existed as individuals of particular age cohorts were growing up. Given that premise, age breakdowns for each of the five generations currently in the workplace are roughly:
Traditionalists born 1925–1942
Baby Boomers (Boomers) born 1943–1962
Generation X (Gen Xers) born 1963–1978
Generation Y/Millennials (Millennials) born 1979–1995
Gen Z (Gen Zers) born 1996–2005
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