The most shocking aspect of the GAO report is how many baby boomers
have little or no retirement savings.
This tactic will not work for baby boomers
, who will consume their assets over time.
It is the second largest generation ever produced in America, exceeded in number only by the Baby Boomer
In contrast, baby boomers
are characterized as highly individualistic, preferring values to rules and highly tolerant of diversity.
The most common type of injuries that occur to baby boomers
are often the result of years of overuse to the musculoskeletal system, old injuries that recur, the normal wear and tear of tendons and joints, or muscle loss associated with aging.
It was as simple as this: The century either was going to produce the baby boomers
or it was not going to produce the baby boomers
As a card-carrying baby boomer
- 16 in 1969 - I tapped my toe to "Feel a Whole Lot Better," then became uneasy.
will be 36 to 54 years old in the year 2000.
However, the analyses also suggest that, compared to men born before 1898, male baby boomers
faced twice the overall cancer risk (136 per 100,000 in 1987, for instance) and more than twice the rate of non-smoking-related cancers (124 per 100,000).
Because baby boomers
traditionally have their honeymoons before their marriages.
The Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs (PICPA) surveyed 500 members with clients who are either in the baby-boom age bracket or employed by companies owned or managed by baby boomers