echo boomers

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echo boomers

Children of baby boomers; a distinct demographic with identifiable buying habits.

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Whatever you do, don't try the same-old, same-old approach with Gen Y. Generation Y promises to reshape the way employers think about their employee benefits strategies.
Gen Y consumers (ages 16-24) are a crucial spending force in the fast food industry, with nearly 20 per cent of 'Millennials' purchasing from a QSR almost every other day, according to L.E.K's new report.
The survey indicates that Gen Y's lack of action does not stem from lack of awareness or interest; almost three-fourths of Gen Yers (73%) realize that they are not saving enough for retirement.
But as the numbers suggest, it would be a mistake to ignore Gen Y. Not only do these prospects possess a vast amount of collective resources, they actually have a real interest in obtaining insurance coverage.
"A lot of times when Gen Y lawyers talk about work-life balance, they're not talking about reduced hours.
Here some insights might be discussed: Gen Xers indicate "family members" as number 1, handy Gen Y's and Gen Zers "family members" are labelled as close to least and least important, accordingly 5 and 6.
"Gen Y", also called Millennials, have arrived at the beginning of their working lifetimes.
This chart provides a distillation of Gen X's and Gen Y's experiences, ideas, and values and conveys further suggestions for working with the younger generations.
Against this backdrop, today's mostly Generation Y (1) (Gen Y) students are preparing to enter the fulltime workforce.
The characteristics of Gen Y require an adjustment in focus and perspective as accounting organizations begin recruiting these students.
Based on Gen Y's interests, companies should promote their sound values, technologically advanced workplaces, and global scope.