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Why Gen X-ers Are the Luckiest People on Earth

Boomers to the left, Millennials/Gen Z to the right. Stuck in the middle is a fantastic place to be.

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When the grunge band Nirvana released Smells Like Teen Spirit in 1991, the poodle-permed and spandex wearing rockers of the 1980s must have instantly known that the days of glam metal and big hair were over.




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Erik P.M. Vermeulen

Erik P.M. Vermeulen

Gen X Writer — Professor — Lawyer

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