Baby boom down under
- The biggest spenders. Cincotta, Katie // B&T Weekly;2/18/2005, Vol. 54 Issue 2507, p21
The article focuses on the buying power of the baby boomer generation in Australia. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, people aged 45-64 now boast the highest discretionary spending power. Forseechange managing director Charlie Nelson also agreed that boomers are choosing to line...
- FEARLESS BOOMERS. // Saturday Evening Post;Sep/Oct2014, Vol. 286 Issue 5, p21
The article discusses the adventurous nature of the Baby Boom generation and presents a photograph of two older people skydiving.
- Baby boomers: Still borrowing. Klewin, Bill // Credit Union Magazine;Apr2003, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p22
Focuses on the loans being made by baby boomer generation in the United States. Use of the Internet to market to and build relationships with baby boomers; Reduction of debt efforts.
- Boomers at mid-century. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;1/15/96, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p22
Reports that baby boomers will reach a majority of those aged 50 to 74 in the year 2005. A description of the three main types of boomers to watch, the Power Players, the Fun Seekers, and the Matriarchs.
- Last hurrah? Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Across the Board;Mar1996, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p6
Reports that the youngest baby boomers may not profit from the stock-market boom the way their older cousins will.
- The two boomer cohorts--the optimistic and the wary. Morrall, Katherine // Bank Marketing;Feb96, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p27
Examines the distinctions between two types of baby boomers. Boomers born and raised in the 40s; Boomers born and raised in the 60s; Effect of economic, political and social events; similarities between the two segments.
- A practical retirement guide for baby boomers. Flanigan, James // Caribbean Business;4/13/1995, Vol. 23 Issue 15, p18
Editorial. Focuses on financing retirement of the postwar generation of Americans. Private pensions; Personal investment plans; Incentives; Importance of deferred taxes.
- Baby boomers reinvade the student union. Bunce, Alan // Christian Science Monitor;11/25/96, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p13
Reports on the growing educational trend of baby boomers on campuses in the United States. Type of students enrolling; Why some have returned to study; Label given to baby boomers; Impact on programs offered. INSET: Many adults go back to school--to learn to teach, by A.B..
- The baby-boom generation: Lost patrons, lost audience? Balfe, J.H. // Design for Arts in Education;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p29
Questions how baby-boomers differ from their elders and the consequences for the arts. Analyzing arts support and the varying conclusions; Changes in social, political and economic institutions have altered arts participation; Baby-boomers as patrons, audiences and administrators; Networking...