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March 18, 2014 By: Good of All

Millennials in Adulthood

A recent Pew Research study shows new social trends emerging as Millennials enter the responsible world of adulthood.  As a generation, Millennials seem to be more networked with friends, particularly on various digital platforms, but less connected to societal institutions. Millennials are more likely to consider themselves politically independent or religiously unaffiliated than previous generations (Gen X, Baby Boomers, etc.) For more information on how technology is shaping society and the identities of younger generations, check out the report at Pew Research.

Graphic shows that among Millennials, Gen Xers, Boomers, and Silents, Millennials are more politically independent and more religiously unaffiliated.

By: Good of All

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