- Many businesses are hyper-targeting marketing efforts to millennials and Gen Z, but new research1 released today highlights the shopping patterns of the older, larger core generations: Gen X and baby boomers
. Both generations regularly buy via multi-channel experiences, with 82 percent of Gen Xers and boomers
surveyed buying in-store at least monthly, and 46 percent of Gen Xers and 40 percent of boomers
surveyed shopping online at least monthly.
jumped ahead 1-0 in the top of the first on Wednesday.
"Shooting the Breeze With Baby Boomer
Stars!: Surprising Celebrity Conversations for the Retro Generation" is a collection of first person stories and histories shared with Baby Boomer
radio host, Torchy Smith.
Meister and Karie Willyerd, authors of The 2020 Workplace, said in a Harvard Business Review article titled 'Mentoring Millennials': 'In four years, millennials will account for nearly half the employees in the world.' In the United States alone, millennials are on the cusp of surpassing baby boomers
as the nation's largest living adult generation.
value clean spaces, with 63% saying it's very important in restaurants.
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today are feeling financially prepared for retirement, Allianz Life reported Monday.
3.0: Marketing to Baby Boomers
in Their Third Act of Life
Although many Americans think they are financially savvy, new data shows how the group closest to retirement, baby boomers
, struggles with retirement fundamentals and is not saving enough for their golden years.
Recent data from the Insured Retirement Institute found that only 24 percent of baby boomers
believe they will have enough money throughout retirement and only 22 percent believe they have done a good job of preparing for retirement.
Census Bureau expected the country's Millennial population to number 75.3 million, overtaking Baby Boomers
as the largest living generation in the United States.
, the ubiquitous post-World War II generation that changed the way America thought, worked, played and conducted business, is in the throes of entering retirement.