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Challenges of

Filinnials and
Millennials
MILLENNIALS and
FILINNIALS
MILLENNIALS and FILINNIALS

MILLENIALS
- also known as ‘Generation Y’or the ‘Net Generation’
- 1970s to early 1980s as starting birth years and mid 1990s to
early 2000s as ending birthyears

FILINNIALS
- term used to denote the Filipino Millennials
MILLENNIALS and FILINNIALS

Traditionalist Generation Gen Z, iGen


or Silent Baby Generation Y or
Generation Boomers X (Millennials) Centennials

Before - 1945 1946 - 1964 1965 - 1976 1977 - 1995


1996 - Later

Source: Center for Generational Kinetics


MILLENNIALS and FILINNIALS

FILINNIALS’ GENERATION
- Increased used and familiarity with communications,
media and digital technologies

Even in the Philippines, millennials upbringing is


said to marked by an increased in a liberal approach to
politics, economics and morality although this claim is
disputed.
Seven Basic Traits of MILLENNIALS

Special
Conventional

Sheltered
Pressured
Confident

Achieving
Team-Oriented
MILLENNIALS and FILINNIALS

Some psychologist thus consider


Millennials (including Filinnials) to be part of
what is called ‘Generation Me’ instead of
‘Generation We’.

Millenials came of age in time where


the entertainment industry started to be
significantly influenced by the Internet.
Ethical Outlook and
Cultural Identity
Ethical Outlook and Cultural Identity

In the United Kingdom, a 2013 poll


found that Millenials were more open-
minded than their parents on controversial
topics.

Some authors describe Millenials’


approach to social change as “pragmatic
idealism”
Ethical Outlook and Cultural Identity

Millennials are so labeled as the


‘Boomerang Generation’ or ‘Peter Pan
Generation’.

Generation Y members are very


upbeat and more open to change than
older generations.
Ethical Outlook and Cultural Identity

Concerning beliefs on ethical issues,


most millennials of every religion, race and
ethnicity support access to affordable
contraception according to a study.
A sampling of other findings reveals the following:

One quarter of millennials say that marriage has become


1 old-fashioned and out date, while 71 percent disagree.

Millennials fall into a four way split on “pro-life” and


2 “pro-choice” labels: 25% pro-life, 27% pro-choice, 22%
rebuff both labels, 27% both labels describe them

Seven percent of millennials identify either as lesbian,


3 gay, bisexual or transgender.

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