How Millennial Are You? Take The Quiz

How Millennial Are You? Take The Quiz

Check out this interesting quiz by clicking here.   It  is only 15 questions long and lets you know if you fall into the Silent, Boomer, Gen Xer, or Millennial category of personality type.  The higher your score, the more you have in common with the Millennial generation. They define Millenials as those born after 1981, Gen Xers are those born between 1965-1980, Boomers are those born between 1946-1964 and the Silent Generation are those born between 1928-1945.   At the end of the quiz, check out the report about Millennials

In our book about personalities, Toni Rothpletz and I wrote about how to get along with this generation. 

Pew research found:

Millennials Less Religiously Active Than Older Americans

A decline in blogging among Millennials but a modest rise among adults ages 30 and older.

Members of the Millennial generation also give generally high marks to societal changes such as the greater availability of green products and more racial and ethnic diversity.

To get the full report click here:  Millennials will make online sharing in networks a lifelong habit

About the Research

America’s newest generation, the Millennials, is in this coming-of-age phase. Who are they? How are they different? How are they being shaped by their moment in history? And how might they reshape America in the future? The Pew Research Center sets out to answer these questions in a yearlong series of original reports that explore the behaviors, values and opinions of today’s teens and twenty-somethings.

Read more about the Millennials

Download PDF file of the Study Results by clicking here.

Millenials, Gen X and Baby Boomers: Who…

Millenials, Gen X and Baby Boomers: Who’s Working at Your Company and What Do They Think About Ethics

Released June 2010.  Sponsored by:
Raytheon
Northrop Grumman

American workers between the ages of 18 and 29 – the “Millennials” – have more in common with older co-workers when it comes to workplace ethics than often thought, but they also hold to some values that set them apart from their Baby Boomer counterparts.  Download Research Brief.

My daughter, Toni Rothpletz, and I just completed our book It’s Not You It’s Your Personality. In that book, we discuss how the newer generations (we call NewGens) differ in their personality profiles. Check out this interesting research about how different generations feel about ethics.