With Generation Y finally reaching its stages of adulthood, it’s no surprise that Millennial-specific products are becoming more readily available to the public. For the uninitiated, Generation Y refers to those born between the mid-to-late 1980s and early 1990s. This lucky demographic consists entirely of digital natives; basically, those who saw the birth and mass growth of the Internet age.
This resulted in almost 8 million North Americans obsessed with personal branding, and though this may seem like a good thing to many, others definitely feel differently. According to the doomed Millennial infographic, this obsession with entrepreneurship and independent branding makes for extremely high expectations on part of Gen Y, resulting in high (voluntary) unemployment rates due to disappointment in the reality of the work force.
On a lighter note, however, Generation Y is the most educated generation group yet. These individuals have also mastered multitasking, as I’m sure you Millennial readers are simultaneously reading, Tweeting, and Pinning this article right now.
Products and Pieces Made Specifically for Generation Y
Simplified Social Media Manuals
Tok&Stok Twitter Manual Makes Furniture Assembly a Breeze
Closing the Generational Gap
Seth Mattison Gives a Voice to the Millennials
Amusing Abbreviation Stationary
Fred Flare's 'OMG Sticky Notes' Boast Slang Terminology
Perserverence in Times of Trial
Barack Obama Gives the Commencement Speech at ASU
Adding Brands As Friends
Marketing On SNS
Chevy Code 130R and Tru 140S Aimed at Millennials
Doomed Millennial Infographics
'Generation Screwed' Outlines Ominous Unemployment Rates
MySpace & MTV Encourage Gen Y Voting
Pop Icon Makeovers
Dirk Erik Schulz's Fan Art Earns Big Bucks From Generation Y
Generation Y Foodie Graphs
The How Millennials Eat Infographic Tracks Cuisine Choices
Generational Marketing Guides
The Millennials Infographic Breaks Down Gen Y