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the generation following the baby boom (especially Americans and Canadians born in the 1960s and 1970s)

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If the Generation Xers on the jury believe the rule of law is important, and if you can demonstrate that the safety standard or minimum standard of acceptable conduct that was violated was intended to protect everyone, you have a better chance of convincing them of the defendant's liability and collecting a full and fair recovery for your client.
The key for every manager is to integrate this generation's unique skills and work behavior into your organization along with the remaining baby boomers and Generation Xers.
Indeed, Generation Xers are often depicted as useless, lazy, unmotivated, unambitious, and sharing no common cause.
Generation Xers admit that the first step is the scariest.
32 percent of Generation Xers who saved more in 2017 than 2016 attribute the increase to a paycheck bump, followed by 26 percent that either cut a recurring luxury expense or have a better understanding of how to set up a budget Forty percent of millennials who saved more in 2017 compared to the year prior attribute the increase to a better understanding of how to set up a budget, followed by 26 percent saying that they cut a recurring luxury expense.
Millennials are also more likely than Generation Xers or baby boomers to put money aside when they are saving for a specific goal, such as a vacation or an auto repair.
Millennials are more likely than Baby Boomers and Generation Xers to become engaged in making health care cost decisions, according to a new study from the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI).
The researchers compared the prevalence of arthritis across four birth cohorts: World War II (1935-1944; n = 1,598), older baby boomers (1945-1954; n = 2,208), younger baby boomers (1955-1964; n = 2,781), and Generation Xers (1965-1974; n = 2,230).
This includes not just millennials, but many Generation Xers and boomers.
It may not matter much to Generation Xers anyway: they, not the millennials, are the country's current entrepreneurs.
Among generation Xers, the percentage remained stable at 3.
The strategy is supported by Tempes blooming economy and growing reputation as a center for business innovation and technology that attracts millennials and Generation Xers.
Overall, millennials appear to be most in tune with the dangers of cyberattacks, with 26 percent claiming to be very concerned about a potential cyberattack affecting their business, compared to 8 percent of Generation Xers and 7 percent of baby boomers.
Viewed in the context of the ongoing debate over political polarization in social media, for example, it is the Facebook users in the oldest of the three generations studied here who are most likely to see political content on the site that supports their own views: 31 % of Baby Boomers on Facebook who pay attention to political posts say the posts they see are mostly or always in line with their own views, higher than both Generation Xers (21%) and Millennial (18%).