Jake Johnson

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Timeline of Generations

Who are the baby boomers? How old are they? Who are the millennials? What is the difference between a millennial and Gen Z? Are they the same? Let’s take a look at a timeline demonstrating the generations alive in the United States as of 2020, starting with the Greatest Generation and ending with the untitled …

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Interview with a Millennial: Brian

Following is a transcript of an interview dated 01/19/2019 with a random, everyday millennial named Brian. He was born in the early 90s and currently works in marketing in a major US city.  The transcription was conducted over the phone and reviewed and edited through email with the interviewee. Interviewer: It’s good talking to you Brian.  Thanks …

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Interview with a Millennial: William

Following is a transcript of an interview dated 01/19/2017 with a random, everyday millennial named William. He was born in the early 90s and currently works as an inventory clerk in a rural setting.  The transcription was conducted online and reviewed and edited through email with the interviewee. Interviewer: Good afternoon, William.  Will?  Can I call you Will? William: Either is …

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Interview with a Millennial: Lindsey

Following is a transcript of an interview dated 01/18/2017 with a random, everyday millennial named Lindsey. She was born in the late 80s and currently works as an Nurse Practitioner in a major US city.  The transcription was conducted over the phone and reviewed and edited through email with the interviewee. Interviewer: Good morning, Lindsey.  Thanks for allowing us …

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Interview with a Millennial: Bridget

Following is a transcript of an interview dated 01/18/2017 with a random, everyday millennial named Bridget. She was born in the late 80s and currently works as a chef in a major US city.  The transcription was conducted in person and reviewed and edited on scene with the interviewee. Interviewer: Good morning, Bridget.  Thanks for allowing us the …

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