When you are a young immigrant from a rural country, you may have no idea how hard it is to earn a living.
If you have a disability, that may make you feel more isolated than the majority of Americans.
In these uncertain times, some Americans are starting to feel the effects of a new era: the millennial generation.
The Millennial Generation is growing up fast and taking on new roles.
They are working, raising families, and living on their own.
But many also are worried about the new jobs they are filling, and what that will mean for their kids.
The Millennian Generation, which began in 2010, is the most populous generation in U.S. history, with about 15.5 million members, according to the Pew Research Center.
In terms of population, that makes it the largest generation since the Baby Boomers.
It is also the most diverse.
Millennial members are the largest in the country, with Hispanic, Asian, and Black Americans accounting for nearly all of the cohort.
For many Americans, a generation is like a time capsule: a snapshot of what it was like in the last century.
And for Millennials, the generational shift has been dramatic.
Millennials are not just a new group, but a new demographic.
They are also making up a disproportionate share of the workforce: About 45 percent of all American adults between the ages of 25 and 34 are expected to be Millennial.
That means the country is poised to see a boom in the Millennial population.
What to expect when you are an immigrant from the countryside?
The Millenni generation is coming of age in a globalized world, and they are not happy with how things are going in the U.K. They want the country to be more open to immigrants, to people of different cultures, and to new ideas.
They also want a new kind of economy.
According to a recent Pew Research poll, a record number of Americans between the age of 25 to 34 want the U