Washington, Aug 27 (ANI): If you thought Generation X was only a rules-rejecting, authority-questioning group, then get a reality check-when it comes to religion, Gen-Xers are surprisingly loyal to their faith than baby boomers.
What does GX stand for?
GX stands for Generation X (Tenth Generation)
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- Greater Washington Youth Philanthropy Initiative
- Greater Waterbury Youth Symphony (Connecticut)
- Greenpoint Williamsburg Youth Soccer League (New York)
- Gateshead Warm Zone (UK)
- Gauged Wess-Zumino-Witten Models
- Gamecube Extreme (game)
- Gamers Extreme
- Gene Expression
- General Crossing
- Generation Next (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Slackonomics: Generation X in the Age of Creative DestructionBy Lisa ChamberlainDa Capo, 212 pages, $25 In Slackonomics: Generation X in the Age of Creative Destruction, Lisa Chamberlain examines the changing cultural and economic landscape that has defined—and been defined by—Generation X’s reluctant, late-onset adulthood.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] How do Generation X and Generation Y workers differ from Baby Boomers and their predecessors in the work place?
5 million baby boomers are on schedule to retire during the next 10 years and company leadership transitions to Generation X managers born between 1964 and 1979 who will bring a new, distinct skills set to the workplace.
On the other hand, they may not relish the thought of Generation X bundling them off before their time.
In the Allstate survey, which identifies retirement expectations and savings habits, 30 percent of Generation X respondents said they are "on track" to reach their retirement financial goals--even though their retirement is decades away.
WHAT: FIRST (Foundation for Individual Responsibility and Social Trust) will transfer a time capsule full of the hopes, dreams and concerns of Generation X to the National Liberty Museum as part of a new exhibit focused on the next generation of leaders.