"I'm not going to look up why 'Gen X' is trending I'll just assume it's because we died."
The right-wing network's call for help in its culture wars backfires hilariously.
In her new book, “Why We Can’t Sleep: Women’s New Midlife Crisis,” author Ada Calhoun explores massive debt, Gen X childhood trauma and perimenopause.
These are the defining characteristics of today's youngest generation, according to demographers and other experts.
These causes of deaths have followed a generation – now in their 40s and 50s – from the 1980s to today.
'Leaders will need to effectively spearhead change-management strategies to adjust the workplace.'
For baby boomers and Generation X, choosing to leave the European Union was a subconscious identity crave fuelled by a misplaced
Last week's revelations about the gender pay divide at the BBC managed to bury the bad news of another rise in the state
In the craziness that is our workplace today, it has been said that every answer to life can actually be found in the TV
This generational progress on gender pay differences will reflect a number of welcome trends including equalities legislation that millennial women's mothers and grandmothers fought for, maternity rights and welfare support, and rising higher educational participation which women in particular have benefited from. All this has meant more women breaking into high-paying occupations, and staying in them.