gen X


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

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Notably, Gen X is not blind to the realities of its financial condition.
Gen X is also less likely than any other generation even Millennials to have sought guidance from an advisor.
Gen Y 17% Gen X 10% Baby Boomers 10% Seniors 11% Have you used a call center five or more times in the past month?
Gen X saw their parents get laid off or face job insecurity.
Computers in schools may have been a rarity for early Gen X, but by the time the last Xers were high school juniors and seniors in 1997, 70.
The firm hopes to open in August, said Meehee Park, a Gen X merchandise buyer.
Hanson identifies the onset of Gen X films as the 1989 release of Steven Soderbergh's sex, lies, and videotape.
According to Forbes magazine, members of Gen X are starting new businesses faster than any other age group.
Boomers get all the attention, but these surprising results show that Gen X has more financial heartburn right now than any other generation," said Chris X.
Unfortunately, Gen X presents unprecedented challenges to marketers.
The survey also suggests that Gen X has other serious economic concerns related to their retirement.
In charge of their own careers, company promises of promotions and titles down the road won't engage Gen X.
19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Whether its braving the crowds on Black Friday, surfing the Internet for great deals on Cyber Monday or choosing a store, a recent Maritz(R) Poll reveals the holiday shopping differences of Gen Y, Gen X, Boomers and the Silent Generation and the implications for retailers as they battle for holiday spend.
GEN X & Y - Gen X's* perfect park companion is Brad Pitt, while Gen Y** would rather stroll with Oprah.
Based on Fishman's research into the habits and values of American consumers, Generation X -- the more than 93 million Americans born between 1961 and 1981 -- 2005 will be the year in which Gen X fully asserts itself as the leading force for change in American life.