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September 27, 2010


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Elaine Williams

7/26/2012 04:08 PM

What credit unions in North Carolina use your system. I would like to talk with a credit union that is now processing payments thru Propay

David

7/26/2012 03:59 PM

Some of us may think that the Millenial Generation is from 1977 to 95 for 3 reasons:

1. A chart on the web proves that the annual birthrate REALLY started to dramatically increase in '77. The chart shows 3.3 million babies born that year and 3.14m in '76 (a 160,000 difference). The birthrate leveled off in '95.

2. Those born in '77 just came of age when the web went public in '95, hence the "Net Generation", or Gen y.

3. Studies show very similar attitudes between those born in the late '70s and babies of the '80s (the former also voted 66 - 32 for Obama).

Supporters of these dates may have a point. However, I believe that ANYONE can be a Millenial if he/she is tech - savvy, open - minded to diversity of all kinds, and likes the latest pop culture. I feel this way because many people do not fit into the generation to which they were assigned. I say, let everyone choose whichever generation best matches their CHARACTERISTICS.

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