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boomer

Drug slang
A regional term for psilocybin/psilocin.
 
Vox populi
Baby boomer, see there.
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"While marketers should keep their eyes on Gen Z and millennials, they shouldn't abandon Gen X and boomers. According to research from Epsilon, Gen X and boomers combined still have almost triple the buying power of the younger generations," said Theresa McEndree, vice president of marketing at Blackhawk Network.
The financial burden of the Great Depression, coupled with the many young men dying in World War Two, could explain why World War One baby boomers experienced such high the 100th of the end War One levels of childlessness.
Allianz Life acknowledged in a statement that 63% of Americans fear running out of money in retirement more than they fear death, but said its research showed that boomers were exhibiting a new optimism.
Only 27 percent of boomers think they have enough money to pay for health care expenses and only 16 percent believe they have enough money saved to pay for long-term care--expenses that are a reality for an aging population.
Census Bureau expected the country's Millennial population to number 75.3 million, overtaking Baby Boomers as the largest living generation in the United States.
Charles Spilman knows that baby boomers constitute almost half the share certificate and mortgage business at United Federal Credit Union in St.
As baby boomers explore this new life chapter, they relish ways that enable them to enjoy a higher quality of life.
Baby boomers, the oldest of whom was 68 in 2014, comprise a large segment of those who remain in the workforce after age 60.
Of boomers who don't have a financial professional:
The number of the oldest boomers who are retired continues to rise, with 52 percent fully retired now, up from 45 percent in 2011 and 19 percent in both 200O and 2007.
* At 80 million strong, baby boomers are one of the largest demographics in the US, spending more than $1.60 billion on packaged goods last year alone.
Boomers have to be the most analyzed generation in history.