Baby Boomers Vs Millennials

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As generations have passed, the culture and beliefs of the American people have evolved. The Baby Boomer Generation was the result of soldiers coming home from World War II and the rapid suburban boom that occurred when William Levitt established Levittowns. Levittowns, based in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, were mass produced, inexpensive houses on the outskirts of the cities, which were perfect for young families (Baby Boomers). Generation X is often considered to be invisible and called the ‘middle child’ because it is sandwiched between the Baby Boomers and Millennials. They are constantly over shadowed by the idea that Baby Boomers are taking our history with them as they grow old, while Millennials take over as a generation different from anything that has been seen …show more content…
People often forget, however, that Generation Xers laid the foundation for Millennials by establishing corporations like Google, Apple, and YouTube. The Millennial Generation, which spans from roughly 1980-2000, is the first generation to grow up during a time in which technology was readily available, giving them access to ideas and information at the click of a button. They no longer had to go to the library and spend hours researching for the paper or project they needed to complete for school, but rather type their question into Google or