The Bridge between Gen Z and Millennials
I have heard a lot of Doyin, I don’t read your blog because you say it’s for Gen Zs’ Wait, What? Why? Saying the blog is for Gen Zs is to Niche Down, my good people. Also, the blog has been read by a lot of people before it became a bit audience-specific. Truthfully, many times, I know you are interested in the topics because they concern you but once you see Gen Z your mind is closed to it. But do you know whether you are Gen Z or not? Let’s start from there.
Quick Differences Between Millenials and Gen Zs
Generation Z (Gen Z) refers to people born from 1997 to 2012. millennials are born from 1980 t0 1996. Although some experts extend it to 2000. It is not an age grouping but a year of birth grouping. If you check it through, there are no real specifics. That’s why there is a bridge. The members of the bridge feel too old to be Gen Z and too young to be millennials at the same time. Also, do you know that this bridge is referring to humans? Yes, people, human beings, they’re the bridges.
You can also call the bridge, microgeneration. They are the people who belong to one generation but feel closely tied either to the generation before or after them. Members of the bridge fill in generational gaps. They bring a balance because of how different we are.
and some are already working their third jobs
If there was no bridge we would be swallowed by generational gaps. A generation gap refers to the chasm that separates the beliefs and behaviors belonging to members of two different generations. Generational gaps in the workplace, at home, among friends, in society, and in businesses.
Those who form the bridge between Millennials and Gen Zs make relationships/friendships possible. They are the blend of both worlds. Without them, the friction between Millennials and Gen Zs will only keep increasing and these two cohorts are two very great opposites.
Do You Belong to The Bridge between Gen Z and Millennials?
Doyin, what are you saying? Do I belong to the bridge or not? Well, you don’t have to force yourself to belong to any of these cohorts because society says so. You may not feel the need to fit into the Gen Z vibe and you can also decide not to identify as a Millenial. That’s one thing this blog post will show you. But, I believe I am a millennial as much as I am very much a Gen Z. I am a self-declared member of the bridge. Feel free to find your category.
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