After Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton, Donald Trump became the fourth member of the baby boomer generation to be elected president.
Democrat Chuck Schumer, the majority leader of the Senate, is a baby boomer. To put it another way, John Roberts is an old man. Jerome Powell, the head of the Federal Reserve, is a baby boomer.
They may be a few years shy of being considered baby boomers, but President Joe Biden, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are near enough.
We’re living in a world that was built and is still being built by the boomers and nearly boomers. As a result, we must be completely frank with ourselves.
It’s impossible to trust our findings about others, even if we think they’re correct. This prejudice comes from a desire to feel superior or to find someone to blame.
At the same time, I believe I’m experiencing a type of midlife crisis: I’m attempting to separate myself from mortality by defining myself in comparison to an older generation.
I’m preparing myself for the possibility of being replaced in my current position by someone who have more drive and ambition than I do.
That’s too bad. Debating which of us has the nicest seat might not be the best use of our time if the world is going to hell in a handbasket.
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One of the most egregious examples of this misunderstanding is when people disparage millennials and Generation Z by labelling them as narcissistic, entitled, and unmotivated.
Even if these assertions are genuine, as psychologist David Costanza notes, they’re likely to be age-related because of their prevalence.
Narcissism has always been more prevalent among young people. Because we spend the first few years of our careers experimenting, it comes as no surprise that the older you get, the more content you are with your job you are.
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Boomers reigned and were catered to by all the prominent political parties for the majority of Supriya Dwivedi’s life.
enacting policies that benefited the Baby Boomers at the expense of future generations.”
To the contrary, Baby Boomer Bill Taylor says each generation has its own difficulties and the Boomers have done their part in improving this imperfect world by playing their hand as it was handed to them.