After the Phalanx Covenant crossover, Banshee and Emma Frost create Generation X , a team of mutant teenagers. The team included: Jubilee , Chamber, Synch , M , Husk , Skin , Mondo , Penance. The teams main enemy was M's brother, Emplate . Black Tom , Juggernaut, and Omega Red also roughed up the team a few times. In Generation X #75, the team disbanded and the Massachusetts Academy closed.

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After the Phalanx Covenant crossover, Banshee and Emma Frost create Generation X , a team of mutant teenagers. The team included: Jubilee , Chamber, Synch , M , Husk , Skin , Mondo , Penance. The teams main enemy was M's brother, Emplate . Black Tom , Juggernaut, and Omega Red also roughed up the team a few times. In Generation X #75, the team disbanded and the Massachusetts Academy closed.

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We often use phrases or words that we don’t fully understand. Sometimes we
even use words or phrases the meanings of which we are totally clueless. As
people with a passion for words and language, that is generally not viewed as a
desirable trait. Yet, the plain fact is we can’t have a detailed understanding
of every word or phrase…particularly when the word belongs to the jargon of a
larger body of knowledge.

However, when that jargon is in use as often and frequently as the phrases
“Gen X” or “Baby Boomer”, it seems especially important we have some
reasonably good idea of what these terms actually mean. Although these phrases,
as jargon, stem from the larger discipline of demographics, and are used most
frequently by market researchers, the fact is everybody uses these words and
phrases. In effect, these cue words or phrases for the subcomponents of society
demarcated by age are not only useful, but are generally the language used by
non-demographers and society as a whole when discussing the current spectrum of
population cohorts.

Our goal, this month, then, is to provide a primer on the identification and
description of the population cohorts in America as currently widely (but not
universally) agreed upon by demographers and market researchers.

Members of Generation Y are often referred to as "echo boomers" because they are the children of parents born during the baby boom (the "baby boomers"). Because children born during this time period have had constant access to technology (computers, cell phones) in their youth, they have required many employers to update their hiring strategy in order to incorporate updated forms of technology. Also called millennials, echo boomers, internet generation, iGen, net generation.

After the Phalanx Covenant crossover, Banshee and Emma Frost create Generation X , a team of mutant teenagers. The team included: Jubilee , Chamber, Synch , M , Husk , Skin , Mondo , Penance. The teams main enemy was M's brother, Emplate . Black Tom , Juggernaut, and Omega Red also roughed up the team a few times. In Generation X #75, the team disbanded and the Massachusetts Academy closed.

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We often use phrases or words that we don’t fully understand. Sometimes we
even use words or phrases the meanings of which we are totally clueless. As
people with a passion for words and language, that is generally not viewed as a
desirable trait. Yet, the plain fact is we can’t have a detailed understanding
of every word or phrase…particularly when the word belongs to the jargon of a
larger body of knowledge.

However, when that jargon is in use as often and frequently as the phrases
“Gen X” or “Baby Boomer”, it seems especially important we have some
reasonably good idea of what these terms actually mean. Although these phrases,
as jargon, stem from the larger discipline of demographics, and are used most
frequently by market researchers, the fact is everybody uses these words and
phrases. In effect, these cue words or phrases for the subcomponents of society
demarcated by age are not only useful, but are generally the language used by
non-demographers and society as a whole when discussing the current spectrum of
population cohorts.

Our goal, this month, then, is to provide a primer on the identification and
description of the population cohorts in America as currently widely (but not
universally) agreed upon by demographers and market researchers.

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