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An interview with Neil Howe on why Boomers and Xers get it all wrong.
The anticipated birthrate rebound still hasn’t happened—and generational trends suggest that it likely won’t.
Surprise: Millennials are outreading their elders, and print books remain their format of choice.
The growing urban-rural divide in politics is fueling the rise of secessionism in Europe—a trend that could reshape the world as the know it.
Survivalism is a growing trend that isn’t going away anytime soon—thanks to mounting pessimism about the future and changing generational attitudes.
According to Census data, real median income jumped in 2015—but this surge is strictly temporary.
In the digital age, it’s easier than ever to pursue your artistic passions, but generally harder to live off of them.
For Millennials, Silicon Valley doubles as the ultimate symbol of success and a revealing glimpse into their perspective on the world.
With tuition bills skyrocketing, college affordability is a hot topic—but policymakers are split on what to do to ease the strain.
Donald Trump has tapped into a forgotten demographic of voters—triggering passions that may cause a major political realignment in 2016.
Brands are increasingly relying on influencers to pitch their products—an old marketing strategy retooled for a new generation of consumers.
As Millennials have come of age, young adult entertainment has softened—a trend with profound generational undercurrents.
The federal government has loosened the reins on education reform—but will states and localities be in control for the long haul?
Stories of waste and abuse across the patent system are renewing calls for reform that suits a digital world.
Americans are deeply dissatisfied with the nation’s government and the state of politics—but there’s a lot more to the story.
Companies are revamping their onboarding practices in ways that appeal to many of Millennials’ core generational traits.
Today’s genetic tests give people more power to make informed health decisions—a development with uncharted consequences.
In recent years, Americans have increasingly engaged in mindful behaviors—a burgeoning trend with profound generational undercurrents.
European Millennials are increasingly supporting nationalist political parties—a trend that could spell trouble for the future of the European Union.
The number of state-sponsored cyberattacks on the U.S. government is rising, paving the way for a never-before-seen form of warfare.