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Generations / 

Generational diversity is the presence and difference of individuals belonging to all generations. The assumption is that the age groups have their ways of living, values, and priorities. According to the Pew Research Center, the main generations in America are the Silent Generation (those born between 1920-1945), Baby Boomers (1946-1964), Generation X (1965-1980), Millennials (1981-1996), and Generation Z (1997-2012). These are not universally agreed-upon boundaries, but they give people an idea of who belongs in each generation.

世代或是代際多樣性指出不同的世代的個體的存在和差異。 假設每一個年齡組有自己 獨特的生活方式、價值觀和優先事項。 根據皮尤研究中心,美國的主要世代是沉默的一代(1920-1945 年出生的人)、嬰兒潮代(1946-1964)、X 代(1965-1980)、千禧代(1981-1996)和 Z世代 (1997-2012)。 這些不是普遍認可的界限,但它們讓人們了解誰屬於每一代人。

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