Translation of Generation Y in Spanish:

Generation Y

generación Y, n.

Pronunciation /ˌdʒɛnəreɪʃ(ə)n ˈwʌɪ/


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    generación Y feminine
    • Generation Y, which Scion defines as consumers currently aged 8-22, will grow to rival the Baby Boomers in buying power.
    • Generation X has to admit that Generation Y is growing up.
    • Today's 21-year-olds, who were born in 1982 and are part of the leading edge of Generation Y, are among the most-studied group of young adults ever.
    • Marketing to Generation Y is a matter of flexibility above all else.
    • Regardless of how marketers communicate with Generation Y, these kids should be treated openly and with respect.
    • Generation Y is the roughly 70-million Americans born since 1983-is said to already possess $167 billion in spending power.
    • With Generation Y in the hands of Generation Grey, common ground may not always be obvious.
    • The mantra of Generation Y has emerged to be "why should I have to pay for something I can get for free?"
    • Thon's growth, at least during the past several years, has coincided with the arrival of Generation Y at University Park.
    • The Millennials (also known as Generation Y) are today's youth and tomorrow's bigwigs, and marketing experts are slating them as the largest consumer group in U.S. history.
    • The secret to success, as a product and as a brand, lies in knowing what Generation Y wants and how they want it.
    • A person from the Mature generation may desire a formal living area while a Generation Y would prefer a more functional, informal space.
    • Ambiguity is chic, especially among the under-25 members of Generation Y, the most racially diverse population in the nation's history.
    • Generation Y, born between 1977 and 1994, is the perfect consumer.