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

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Millennials (72 percent) are significantly more likely to say they will shop on Black Friday than Generation Xers (59 percent) or Boomers (43 percent).
Further, Baby Boomers and Generation Xers are least likely to say that, overall, they put some or a lot of trust in the companies they regularly do business with to keep their personal data secure.
Perhaps Generation Xers and millennials have not yet reached the peak age of susceptibility to depression, or it is possible that they are less likely to be depressed.
This literature review builds on this business research to establish the basis for generations of employees in the workplace, specifically the varying characteristics of Baby Boomers and Generation Xers.
KBLN incorporates internet radio, blogs, phone app, and social media to build the ultimate one stop informational experience for Generation Xers, Boomers, and seniors.
Generation Xers came of age in a dual career family.
The findings did show that millennials were more likely than baby boomers or Generation Xers to volunteer during high school and to say that they intend to participate in community service in college.
Solutions to the problem of how to recruit Millennials and Generation Xers into the industry will vary depending on the firm, he said.
For the first time in history, people from four different generations dating back to 1922--Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials--are working shoulder to shoulder in the workforce.
Generation Xers (born between 1965 and 1979) are typically adaptable and work well independently.
Or maybe they just really enjoy working and will have babies eventually because some of the later Generation Xers are still only in their early thirties.
Broken down by generation, Baby Boomers (67%) and Generation Xers (63%) are more likely to watch TV in the final hour before bedtime, whereas Generation Zers (72%) and Generation Yers (67%) are more likely to use their cellphones to talk on the phone and/or send or receive text messages.
Of the Generation Xers in the Foreign Service, 22 percent are foreign born, and most joined to try it for a few years.
Those generations include veterans who were born before 1943, baby boomers born between 1943 and 1964, Generation Xers born between 1965 to 1980 and millennial born between 1981 to 1998.