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Gen Yer

Syllabification: Gen Y·er
Pronunciation: /ˌjen ˈwīər
 
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Definition of Gen Yer in English:

noun

informal
A member of Generation Y (born in the 1980s and 1990s): Also called millennial. Gen Yers have no memory of life without computers and the Internet
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  • Gen Yers make up about 18 percent of the telecom giant's workforce, and 56 percent have flexible work schedules - a key factor.
  • Just how attached are Gen Yers to their smartphones and social media?
  • I'm an events planner at a large university (and a Gen Yer), and I can tell you that age has nothing to do with the ability to be polite and RSVP.

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