baby boom

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the larger than expected generation in United States born shortly after World War II

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Motley adds that the growing trend of single female homebuyers is likely to continue, as reflected in the recent Del Webb Baby Boomer Survey, which revealed that 28 percent of single female baby boomers anticipate they will have a change in their housing needs within the next five years.
This article is part of an ongoing series analyzing how baby boomers -- those born from 1946 to 1964 in the U.
The baby boomers owe a big debt of gratitude to the parents and grandparents--who we haven't given enough credit to anyway--for giving us another generation.
Baby Boomers -- along with Generation X employees -- are distinctly less engaged at work than other generations.
According to the CDC statement, "1 in 30 baby boomers has been infected with hepatitis C, and most don't know it.
Although the demographics will vary at each credit union, research suggests that over 40% of members typically are baby boomers between the ages of 46 and 64 years old.
In its News and Numbers, which is based on data in 2007's Hospital Utilization Among Near-Elderly Adults, Ages 55 to 64 Years, AHRQ's analysis found that it cost hospitals almost as much to treat baby boomers as it did to treat the older generation of 65- to 74-year-olds, $56 billion and $59 billion respectively.
2 million Estimated number of baby boomers as of July 2, 2005
Over-60s have been invited to the Benefit Baby Boomers scheme at Sheldon library, in Brays Road.
With Americans now living longer and the first wave of the 78 million baby boomers approaching 60, many hope such noggin-builders will ward off memory problems.
Burkey, Baby Boomers and Hearing Loss: A Guide to Prevention and Care is a no-nonsense guide to the prevention and treatment of hearing loss, including solid information about the use of hearing aids.
What if healthcare facilities created unique settings, alluring to baby boomers, that packaged care and assistance in a way that supported the patient while minimizing the emphasis on illness?
The premise for this gloomy prognostication is his belief that the financial markets will be thrown into disarray as baby boomers begin liquidating their financial assets to generate the funds necessary to maintain their lifestyles.
Baby boomers represent a potential $43 billion opportunity as well as a challenge for today's retailers, according to a new study, The IRI Baby Boomers Report: Understanding the Emerging Trends in Baby Boomer Spending from Information Resources, Inc.
The baby boomers have had a heavy influence on every area of society as they've moved through various stages of life.