- The millennial generation generally includes people born between 1981 and 1996.
- Through their sheer size, they’ve affected industries such as fast food, fast fashion, and higher education.
- They parent differently from their parents — and run their lives differently, too.
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Millennials are getting older — but they’re still nothing like their parents.
The Pew Research Center defines this generation as people born between 1981 and 1996, meaning the last millennials graduated college this spring.
Below, we rounded up some more ways millennials do things differently than their parents. Read on to find out how this much-maligned generation is changing life as we know it.