It’s hard to escape the term “millennial,” which seems to pop up everywhere you turn. Used to denote Generation Y, a.k.a., people who were born in the ’80s through the year 2000, all kinds of studies, research and news stories are targeted toward millennial spending habits, millennials in the workplace, millennials living with their parents, and so on and so forth. With more than 80 million millennials in America, it’s easy to see why there is such an investment in the interests of this group.
And much like other generations that came before them, millennials are considered to be the “me” generation. Entitled, lazy. These are some of the words that are often tossed around when you simply whisper the m-word. Millennials are children of the Internet age. They’re willing to pursue their own entrepreneurial ventures. They’re health-conscious. They’re…well, you know–if you’re a millennial. Here are some surefire signs that you are.