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Debunking the myths about millennials, boomers and other generations
It's not true that all baby boomers are better off and millennials have no chance at owning homes.
Multigenerational households make good economic sense
The most recent numbers we have show 20% of the American population is living in multigenerational households.
Ellipses and emoji: How age affects communication at work
Do you know what signal your punctuation and shorthand are sending colleagues?
Millennials, like Baby Boomers, struggle with lifelong debt
A recent survey points out that one in 10 millennials thinks they will die in debt. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Help, I'm stuck in my starter home!
And that makes it harder for everyone to move up the housing ladder.
The next generation to get corporate attention
It used to be all about Generation Y. Now, meet Generation Z.
What kind of jewelry goes with a tattoo?
Millennials, born between 1982 and 2004, are growing up. And marketers are starting to pay attention.
When it's not granny in that Winnebago
“The unofficial economic indicator,” reports earnings tomorrow. Winnebago is selling RVs to older folks (duh) but also to thirtysomethings.
Brands amp up their Generation X appeal
Generation X is aging into a sweet spot for advertisers. The 35- to 50-year-old crowd is ready to buy cars, homes and other big-ticket items. How will established brands appeal to the notoriously cynical, frugal generation?