We often hear about the ‘Baby Boomer’ generation being referenced in pop culture and in American society in general.
That is, a time after the end of World War II when the there was literally a ‘boom’ in the number of US births - from about 1946 to 1964, approximately 76 million new citizens were born.
(Talk about some serious “Makin’ Whoopee.”)
And heaven knows, it’s like we never stop hearing about Millennials or “the I-Generation…”
But just the other day, I ran across an old letter of my grandmother’s as I was cleaning out the attic, and as I perused it, I noticed a blurb where my Gram channeled her inner Tom Brokaw, referring to her generation as the “Greatest Generation.”
That got me to thinking about all the other ‘generations’, and how we Americans are classified demographically.
So, with that in mind what generation do you belong to?
(See the helpful little chart thingy below:)