Generational differences: 8 things your grandkids don’t do

You're Boomers. They're Gen Z. Times have changed, and the generational differences are fascinating.

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Millennials better make way. There’s a new cohort in town. Generation Z—a.k.a. the grandchildren of Baby Boomers—were born after the mid-’90s, and are starting to graduate high school and enter college. They’re realistic, tech-savvy, community-minded, and very different from previous peer groups, in good ways and bad.

Read on to discover some surprising differences between your grandkids and the folks who came before them. Because there’s never been a gen like Gen Z.

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