Generation X is the term used to describe individuals born between mid 60s and early 80s.
Generation X definition
The term used to describe individuals born between mid 60s and early 80s. They followed the baby boomer generation.
Members of generation X are often percived as cynical, challenging, self-reliant, directionless or disaffected. They are often called MTV generation and they have an increased understanding of technology.
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