It reminded me that the younger generations have changed the way holidays are celebrated. In the past, families gathered at the oldest relative’s home. Now, the younger generations decide where the celebration will be and who’s invited.
Wondering about generational differences for celebrating the holidays?
A survey by Russell Herder, a Minneapolis research firm, takes a look at how different generations celebrate the holidays and how people’s political affiliation affect the way they celebrate. Some of the findings include:
- Millennials are four times more likely than boomers to have dinner catered.