These are the defining characteristics of today's youngest generation, according to demographers and other experts.
New Zealand's Chloe Swarbrick immortalises the phrase in a debate over climate change. But what does it mean, and why are people so angry about it?
Chloe Swarbrick, a 25-year-old politician in New Zealand, shrugged off an older heckler in parliament with a casual “OK boomer” during her speech about climate change. The phrase addresses baby boomers and is a meme typically used by young people on social media in response to older people who don’t take their concerns seriously.
It's not unreasonable to think sustainability might be a factor.
We see your set of expensive china plates that only come out on special occasions.
Yes, we have undoubtedly benefited from the profound changes of the past 40 years, but they weren’t our idea, nor did we vote for them
Most millennials will get their inheritance at 61 as life expectancy for their baby boomer parents has improved dramatically.
You wouldn't be alone in wondering whether PND was an illness of the millennial generation as they start to become mothers - with the statistic that mental health issues effects 1 in 5 mums (and 1 in 10 dads) but most of the baby boomers not having come across many mums who struggled in their time.
In the craziness that is our workplace today, it has been said that every answer to life can actually be found in the TV
There is a hidden group of older people who are facing significant challenges to their future. I'm not talking about the very worst off i.e. those who are reliant on benefits, rather the 1.8 million working households aged between 50 and State Pension age who - despite a significant increase in employment over the last 20 years - are earning relatively little.