SUNY Gen Y and Gen Z Marked By Similar Changes Essay

Generations don’t simply begin and end on a specific date; generational boundaries are fluid. There is often an overlap of structural and cultural conditions that shape generations. This essay describes how millennials (Gen Y) and Gen Z are different generational cohorts, but arguably both are marked by similar technological and economic changes. As you craft your answer, you must define ‘precarity’ and ‘human capital and draw from the books Kids These Days and iGen, and at least ONE other text of your choice.

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