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man on phone taking notes Gen Xers are less likely to report having one or more promotions in the past five years, and also less likely than their millennial peers to express commitment to their employer. (Photo: Shutterstock)

So much of the discourse about generations in recent years has focused on the contrast between baby boomers and millennials, but what about Generation X?

An analysis of more than 25,000 employment leaders by DDI, a global consulting firm, seemed to confirm widespread perceptions that Generation X is the “forgotten generation.” Those who were born from the mid-60’s to the late 70’s were being passed up for promotions more than those younger and older than them.

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