A noticeable demographic change is happening to women of childbearing age. For years, fewer women were having children and those who were having children were having fewer children. All that has begun to reverse. There appears to be a demographic …
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We all want to feel special. Having your own generation gives Xennials distinction. It all began three years ago according to this Vogue article. Now it’s becoming a real demographic. The Bold Italic, an online publication out of …
Here’s a new demographic term to us – Xennials. It apparently was first introduced in 2014 by GOOD magazine. According to Inverse Culture, it is the group that sits between Millennials and Gen-Xers. They were born between 1977 and …
Harvard Business Review has a very good article on emerging demographics that will change consumption patterns around the world. For example, China is becoming a country of coffee drinkers and two-thirds of all new cars in the United States were …