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Get the facts on the lives of Native Americans today
A snapshot of Hispanics as voters, workers, business owners, students, and believers
What’s life like for Asian Americans? Get the facts.
What the data says about women as earners, learners, believers, and more.
A snapshot of what life is like for Black families in America today
Americans across four generations name the most significant historic events in their lifetimes
On average, Americans are waiting seven years longer to get married than they did 50 years ago
The nation’s youngest generation is emerging as a distinct group
Your guide to America’s six living generations
Test your knowledge on the differences among America's generations
Born: 1997-Onward (currently age 24 or under) | Members of Gen Z have been raised with a digital connection to society and are also the most racially and ethnically diverse generation.
Born: 1981-1996 (currently ages 25-40) | Millennials are more diverse than older generations, and their influence in society, the workplace, and politics is growing.
Born: 1965-1980 (currently ages 41-56) | Often depicted as savvy and entrepreneurial, Gen Xers are in their prime earning years but suffered major setbacks during the Great Recession of 2007-2009.
Born: 1946-1964 (currently ages 57-75) | Once leaders of the countercultural upheavals of the 1960s, the Baby Boomers are now beginning to retire.