boomer


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  • noun

Synonyms for boomer

a member of the baby boom generation in the 1950s

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The vast majority of Baby Boomers are planning to drive, fly or set sail on leisure trips in 2016, with an average of 4 or 5 trips already in the works," said Stephanie Miles, VP, Products & Platforms, AARP.
population, within the boomer group there appear to be diverse subgroups, associated with the distinct political environments each experienced as they were coming of age politically.
If you go to a boomer and say we're a very big, very old, very conservative firm, they say, well, who needs you?
Boomers are also "lightening the load," which has implications across future home ownership (or non-ownership), preference for services versus product purchase, etc.
When Boomer got to the bank, he went right past Brad and kept running up a small knoll with the duck still in his mouth.
Almost eighty million strong, the boomers (born between 1945 and 1965) are the largest single generation in American history, and they are leaving their mark on every facet of culture.
It took their boomer children to truly change the landscape of parenting.
As a group, boomers are more affluent, more highly educated and have higher expectations than previous generations.
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.
There are approximately 76 million baby boomers in the United States.
For each of the 25 categories, the report includes an analysis of consumption and growth patterns by age group, the performance of private label in boomer shopper segments, boomer-driven product innovation, and channel shifting trends.
No doubt some opportunistic rightwing scribe is energetically pitching Regnery Press on the merits of prosecuting Boomers for their various crimes against humanity, even as some third party is pounding out an even-handed assessment.
Advising Boomers' is a publication designed to help financial advisors work with Baby Boomer clients.
IT HAS TAKEN 40 years for me to come to the conclusion that if you are born a baby boomer you are pretty much destined to die one too.
Derris Boomer says his family lives by their home network.