Post-millenials are often called "generation Z." So now that we're at the end of the alphabet what's next?
The race to name the world's newest generation appears to be over ... and you probably didn't even know it happened. Generation Alpha is the term widely used to describe those born from 2010 onwards. They're not even teenagers, and already, economists and social scientists are rushing to define who they are and how they'll shape the world. Labelling generations earlier in their lives is a relatively new phenomenon. CBC's Blair Sanderson has a look at why this is happening and the flaws in rushing to define a generation.