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Baby Boom Times Two

Twins are in the news lately: A-listers Beyoncé and Jay Z just welcomed the two newest members of their family...
06/26/2017 — from Did You Know?

Toy "R" Us Experiences a Baby Business Bust

Toys “R” Us saw consolidated net sales fall by $113 million YOY to $2.2 billion in Q1 2017—thanks in large part to a bust in its baby business. Mainstream toy retailers face a harsh demographic reality: Millennials are waiting to start having kids, and the ones who are having kids opt for high-end products sold by specialty retailers.

Kidscreen

06/16/2017 — from NewsWire

Immigration Will Fuel Population Growth

New projections indicate that immigration will be responsible for more than the entire increase in the working-age population from 2015 to 2035. As U.S. fertility continues to decline, working-age population replenishment will be increasingly dependent on a growing immigrant population.

Pew Research Center

04/07/2017 — from NewsWire

The Impact of Millennial Homebodies

The Economist grapples with the various reasons why Millennials are bringing about a decline in domestic migration. While they do list some major concerns such as financial constraints and delayed family formation, they miss an important point: Millennials are close to their parents and most don’t want to fly too far away from the nest.

The Economist

04/07/2017 — from NewsWire

Growing Polarization Driven by Age

New research shows that Americans are growing more politically polarized, with the biggest increases occurring among the 65+. While many blame the Internet for growing U.S. partisanship, this ignores the fact that its biggest users (Millennials) are a non-confrontational bunch.

National Bureau of Economic Research

03/24/2017 — from NewsWire

Are We Primed for a Nursing Home Shortage?

Lecturer John Whitman wonders whether the United States will soon face a nursing home shortage thanks to Boomers. While the aging of this enormous generation will undoubtedly put a strain on many industries, most Boomers would rather age in place close to family than be put up in a nursing home.

University of Pennsylvania

03/17/2017 — from NewsWire

How (and Where) to Bet on Big Tobacco

Though unfavorable demographics threaten the industry, firms that are well positioned abroad could prosper.
02/08/2017 — from Investor Insights

U.S. Fertility: Down for the Count

The anticipated birthrate rebound still hasn’t happened—and generational trends suggest that it likely won’t.
02/06/2017 — from Culture Watch

The Total Number of U.S. High School Graduates Has Begun to Stagnate

While U.S. high school graduation rates continue to rise, the total number of high school graduates has begun stagnating, leaving many colleges scrambling to fill seats. The rising number of total births peaked in the early ‘90s, and the demographic consequences are just beginning to be felt in higher education.

The Washington Post

12/09/2016 — from NewsWire