Baby Boomers

Baby Boomers have no doubt contributed to society in many ways. Baby Boomers are people born after World War II between 1946 and 1964. Baby Boomers have characteristics that are very different and unique when compared to that of the other generations.  Baby boomers contain academic leadership and are in most political, cultural and also industrial classes.  Baby boomers’ families have the maximum incomes in America.  Baby boomers are also idealist and have a lot of power over cultural issues.  This generation constitutes a large majority of today’s law firm leaders, corporate executives, senior and legal managers. In fact, nearly 70 percent of law firm partners are Baby Boomers.

Baby Boomers are also very hard workers because of the way they were raised.  After all, they did grow up during the Great Depression. There are many Are very much over-protective parents. They wish to sanitize everything that is seen by their children, even television programs.  Baby Boomers are anti-youth and they reflect this thin the work force.  Many Generation Y’s are being passed over in the work force because they are believed to be immature and inexperienced. All people, boomer or not, are all indeed important individuals who have the potential to contribute a lot for the world.  Generation Y is the future and the baby boomers need to realize this. Labor statistics indicate that nearly 80 million Baby Boomers will exit the workplace in the next decade. Although the baby boomers are an astonishing generation, it’s about time for some of them to start retiring.


2 responses to “Baby Boomers

  1. Generation Y is the future, and with my all my knowledge and appreciation for my generation, I will help you understand the importance of Generation Y as well.

    May want to make the grammatical correction to the above sentence, if you want to impress for business or employment reasons. Proof read the sentence.The public always takes you more seriously if your punctuation and grammatical structure is correct. From someone with ADD and struggles to write it right too. Generation “Baby Boomer”

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