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Based on this data, CrowdTwist recommends that companies emphasize the repeated value of their brands to keep their fickle Baby Boomer
customers coming back to them.
This article is part of an ongoing series analyzing how baby boomers
-- those born from 1946 to 1964 in the U.
The baby boomer
generation, my own, is content, if of the Left, to live out our remaining years upon the work and upon the entitlements created by our parents, and to entail the costs upon our children--to tax industry out of the country, to tax wealth away from its historical role and use as the funder of innovation.
-- along with Generation X employees -- are distinctly less engaged at work than other generations.
According to the CDC statement, "1 in 30 baby boomers
has been infected with hepatitis C, and most don't know it.
As baby boomers
are beginning to reach retirement age, many are ready to let go of the corporate life and retreat to the golf course.
hospitals spent in the neighborhood of $56 billion treating baby boomers
ages 55 to 64.
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.
The premise for this gloomy prognostication is his belief that the financial markets will be thrown into disarray as baby boomers
begin liquidating their financial assets to generate the funds necessary to maintain their lifestyles.
The demographic baby boomer
bulge is accentuated by the smaller numbers in the generations coming behind it.
Forever Cool: How To Achieve Ageless, Youthful And Modern Personal Style by Sherrie Mathieson is an informed and documented analysis of the generally terrible fashion sense of the Baby Boomer
It may have been the very blandness and functionality of the vehicles that triggered the Baby Boomer
The Greater Generation: In Defense of the Baby Boomer
Legacy By Leonard Steinhorn Thomas Dunne Books, $24.