The Saeculum Decoded
A Blog by Neil Howe
May 192010
 

Nice piece in the Christian Science Monitor.  Dovetails with our overall narrative about how the Millennial (born 1982-200?) are responding to economic adversity—and how that differs from, say, the way young Generation X (born 1961-1981) responded to their youth recessions (1980-83) and (1991-92).

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  • Holly

    As a millennial, I've heard both positive and negative things said about our eternal optimism. I'm a senior in high school at SWS, and for me the optimism is still going strong. Maybe it's naivete but I am really excited to play a part in this world, hopefully for the better. The current economic slump is just a passing bit of negativity and I hope everyone who is struggling out there can hang on until it ends.