GEN-X

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GEN-X

An expert system developed by General Electric.
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The report finds that boomer confidence in meeting long-term care costs for themselves and for their parents is lower than for Gen-Xers.
One Gen-Xer on this panel suggested that maybe older generations don't take the time to ask if Gen-Xers or Gen-Yers care about their careers.
Unmarried Gen-Xer buyers purchased new homes over existing at about the same rate as married respondents; roughly 19 percent.
Gen-Xers are expected to spend $8,500,000,000 on select electronics/computing products in the next 12 months, according to a survey conducted by the Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association (CEMA).
Give them news -- real news, not pseudo news about hair styling and tattoos -- and the Gen-Xers will listen and watch just like their elders.
A raise of more than 20% wasn't enough to entice one established Gen-Xer.
Unlike baby boomers, Gen-Xers tend to buy less square footage and instead load their homes with options.
The survey also shows that the median number of CDs owned by a Gen-Xer is 50, while one in four Gen-Xers own more than 100 CDs.
This session will explore how SSOE translated a model frequently used in Silicon Valley, the Hackathon, to gather ideas from Gen-Xers and Millennials and drive them through to implementation for the benefit of the firm.
Gen-Xers are those between the ages of 34 and 50, the group that sandwiches in between the millennials and the baby boomers, who are the post-World War II generation born between 1946 and 1964.
According to the survey, 82% of millennial respondents say they are confident that their local economy will improve over the next 12months, followed by Gen-Xers at 50% and baby boomers at 41%.
As a result, 35 percent of Gen-Xers buy brands that are on sale instead of their favored brands - similar to millennials (37 percent).