YWCA Survey Reveals Women Want a Modern First Lady
...ages 18-29, a
majority of whom (59%) say they prefer a First Lady who is a visible leader on
issues that are important to her. In contrast, 26% of Gen xers
many of whom came of age while Hillary Clinton was First Lady, prefer a First
Lady who gets involved in shaping public policy and governme...
Opting out revolution a myth: Study shows steep employment gains for women, mothers
... percent of their Baby Boom Parent counterparts worked more than 50 hours a week. For those with older children, the rate was 15 percent of Generation xers
working long hours versus about 2 percent of Baby Boom Parents doing so.
Percheski also examined the characteristics of professional, college-educa...
Anti-Aging/Genetic Health Leader Suracell, Inc. Expands Internationally
...role of personal DNA
characteristics in the aging process continues to explode on a global basis
as more and more baby boomers reach 50 and generation xers
reach their mid
30's," says Bernie Landes, Chairman and CEO of Suracell. "With a current
world anti-aging market exceeding $100 billion and growing ra...
The ON* is on the Employer
... are NOT effective or even appealing to generation xers
(b. 1961 1981)
The value propositions are different for xers
and millennials (b. 1982 2001)
Live first work second ethic rules - xers
value their work/home life quality and will often ...
Growth Council? Cmon.
...nd young talent.
So I set-off on a fact-finding mission and found that:
1) Four out of five new businesses in the U.S. are started by women, Gen xers
(b. 1961-1981), and minorities (Source: US Small Business Administration)
2) Small businesses create 80% of all jobs (Source: US Small Business Ad...
Presidential politics and the next generation
Why the peak in interest? And what do xers
will vote because theyre stepping into adulthood ...amily life, their priorities shift. Its just taken xers
a little longer to get there.
CIO Leadership Series: David Cagigal, Alliant Energy
... who work there forward. Q&A with David Cagigal What's the latest book you've read?
Generations at Work: Managing the clash of Veterans, Boomers, xers
and Nexters in Your Work Place, by Ron Zemke
What magazines do you read regularly?
What web sites do you visit regularly?