baby boomer

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A member of the post-World War II ‘baby boom’ generation, which corresponds to those individuals born after the end of WWII—1945 until 1964

baby boomer

Any person born in the years immediately following the end of World War II (usually defined as the years 1946–1964) when birth rates in the U.S. were unusually high.
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When the baby boom generation retires, younger workers will have to pay 84 percent of their income to support federal spending, an obviously uncollectable amount.
Because of relatively low birth rates from the 1920s through World War II, growth in the size of the elderly population will be steady, but undramatic, until after 2011, when the baby boom generation (born 1946-64) begins to reach age 65.
PHOTO : Marketers are hoping that the core cigar market will expand as the baby boom generation
In the 1960s, the Beetle was a small-is-beautiful icon of the postwar baby boom generation. Volkswagen discontinued U.S.
The Baby Boom generation, Generation X and Millennial all know what is being said about them.
The Underserved Generation X," finds that Gen Xers have received far less attention from financial services providers than members of the Baby Boom generation.
Spending on Social Security and Medicare has been rising as the vast baby boom generation retires.
The book traces the evolution of American culture from the "black and white" 1950s through the turbulent 1960s and into the '70s, ending in the 1980s "when we began to turn into our parents." It tells the history of the Baby Boom generation through the eyes of one of the 80 million people born between 1946 and 1964--the greatest period of population growth in U.S.
Written by four professionals of the baby boom generation who interviewed more than 300 people and 30 organizations, The Retirement Boom: An All-Inclusive Guide to Money, Life, and Health in Your Next Chapter is filled with tips, tricks and techniques for making one's money last, sustaining one's health in the golden years, leaving a legacy, and much more.
The trend over age 50 reflects the entry into the age group of the baby boom generation, with higher drug-use rates than older generations, researchers say.
"We expect to see continued investor demand for this property sector due to the aging of the nation's baby boom generation."
The first ever map of alcohol-related health costs, launched by Alcohol Concern, reveals that the baby boom generation in Newcastle are the greatest burden on the NHS.