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Generation X: America’s neglected ‘middle child’ | Pew ... Generation X has a gripe with pulse takers, zeitgeist keepers, and population counters. We keep squeezing them out of the frame.

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Generation X: America’s neglected ‘middle child’ | Pew ... Generation X has a gripe with pulse takers, zeitgeist keepers, and population counters. We keep squeezing them out of the frame.

Generation X: America’s neglected ‘middle child’ Generation X has a gripe with pulse takers zeitgeist keepers and population counters Strength Training For Baby Boomers And Beyond We keep squeezing them out of the frame This overlooked generation currently ranges in age from 34 to 49 which may be one reason they’re so often missing from stories about demographic social and political change They’re smack in the middle innings of life which tend to be short on drama and scant of theme But there are other explanations that have nothing to do with their stage of the life cycle Gen Xers are bookended by two much larger generations – the Baby Boomers ahead and the Millennials behind – that are strikingly different from one another And in most of the ways we take stock of generations – their racial and ethnic makeup their political social and religious values their economic and educational circumstances their technology usage – Gen Xers are a lowslung straightline bridge between two noisy behemoths The charts below tell the tale   To be fair there are a few metrics that don’t fit this straightforward pattern of generational evolution For example over the course of their voting lives older Gen Xers have tended to be more Republican than both older Boomers and younger Millennials Also Xers are more pessimistic than both of those larger generations that they’ll have enough money for their retirement – though some of that negativity is doubtless tied to the economic stresses of middle age Gen Xers also stand out in another way In 2010 when Pew Research asked adults of all ages if they thought their own generation was unique about sixinten Boomers and Millennials said yes But only about half of Gen Xers said the same And even among those who did there was very little consensus about why they are distinctive One reason Xers have trouble defining their own generational persona could be that they’ve rarely been doted on by the media By contrast Baby Boomers have been a source of media fascination from the getgo witness their name And Millennials the “everybodygetsatrophy” generation have been the subject of endless stories about their racial diversity their political and social liberalism their voracious technology use and their grim economic circumstances Strength Training For Baby Boomers And Beyond Gen Xers have also gotten the short end of basic generational arithmetic Due partly to their parents’ relatively low fertility rates there are fewer of them 65 million than Boomers 77 million or Millennials an estimated 83 million assuming a roughly 20year age span and including those who have yet to reach adulthood But there’s another reason that Xers are a small generation They’ve been deemed to span just 16 years while most generations are credited with lasting for about 20 years How come No one really knows Generational boundaries are fuzzy arbitrary and culturedriven Once fixed by the mysterious forces of the zeitgeist they tend to firm up over time One final slight Even their name is a retread World War II photographer Robert Capa first coined the term Generation X in a photo essay about the young adults of the 1950s but the label didn’t stick the first time around It was revived thirty years later by Canadian author Douglas Coupland whose coming of age novel Generation X Tales for an Accelerated Culture was set in Southern California For Xers there’s one silver lining in all this From everything we know about them they’re savvy skeptical and selfreliant they’re not into preening or pampering and they just might not give much of a hoot what others think of them Or whether others think of them at all Paul Taylor executive vice president for special projects at the Pew Research Center is the author of The Next America Boomers Millennials and the Looming Generational Showdown Public Affairs 2014 In other words he’s part of the problem Topics Demographics Political Attitudes and Values Generations and Age