Baby Boomer wealth a myth?

Posted On March 20, 2014

Not exactly. But while much is written about the high concentration of affluence in the Boomer ranks, and the speculation that Gen Xers will be the first generation not expected to surpass their parents in terms of financial success, a Bloomberg Businessweek feature tells the story of wealth disparity between a Boomer worker and her […]

Categories: Baby Boomers, Blog, Matures, Retirement

Coworker preferences – where gender and generation collide

Posted On March 18, 2014

In December, the Pew Research Center released the results of a snap survey that asked whether individuals preferred to work with male or female co-workers. Whether politically correct or simply honest, the overwhelming majority (77%) expressed no preference. However, of those that did express a preference, males and females both stated a preference for working […]

Categories: Baby Boomers, Blog, Generation Y / Millennials, Work, Workplace

Who’s the boss? Or rather, who wants to be the boss?

Posted On March 13, 2014

That’s the question the Pew Research Center asked recently. And the answer is, the kids. Millennials want to be the boss, Gen Xers are split, and Boomers say, no thanks. More scientifically, 32% of Boomer, 58% of Gen Xers and 70% of Millennials males (and 21%, 41% and 61%, respectively for females) want to be […]

Categories: Baby Boomers, Blog, Workplace

Millennial (not just Boomer) demands are creating new business opportunities

Posted On March 9, 2014

Aging Baby Boomers who don’t want to take on the typical retirement stereotypes have created demand for new businesses aimed at helping them address their AARP years in a whole new way. On the flip side of business, some Millennials are recognizing that their unique way of navigating the workforce demands some new ways of […]

Categories: Baby Boomers, Blog, Entrepreneurship

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