Use these Generation Z infographics to discover the 15th generation of Americans, sometimes called Homelanders. They come after the Millennials and are primarily the children of Generation X. For more information about these Digital Natives, read Who Is Generation Z. More Generation Z Infographics
Best Generation X, Gen Z Infographics
Information and data about Generation X, Millennials, Generation Z and Baby Boomers presented visually in the form of infographics.
According to this insane infographic, Generation X, the middle child of history, spans a mere 13 years. Maybe the California Association of Realtors needs Saeculum Research or Audience Generation to help them further identify Xers. I dunno. Maybe if we cover only 13 years, there’ll be more Social Security funds to go around? Except, I […]
Epoch Times created this timeline of significant events during the formative years of Generation X. You can read the accompanying article here.
An executive survey released by the Futurestep division of Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY), the preeminent global people and organizational advisory firm, reveals the heads down, get-the-job-done attitudes and priorities of Generation X employees. When asked which generation is the most engaged in the workforce, more than half of respondents (52 percent) said Generation X. Baby Boomers […]
Trulia, an online residential real estate site, surveyed more than 2,000 people back in May about their dreams and aspirations for home ownership. Some of the results were communicated in the following graphics, which I thought were way too pretty not to swipe and share. Be sure to check out the entire article on the […]
Generations X, Y and Z, with their own respective attitudes and attributes, have defined the modern workplace. Understanding the motivations and skills of each of these generations is paramount to recruiting and retaining the right people. So, how do the generations compare with each other? Find out in this latest infographic. Generation X vs Y […]
Garry Hudson with the Daisy Media Group, a UK-based company, has created an infographic that highlights the history of the telephone and explores why younger generations shy away from it. To what do you attribute to the demise of the landline?