Translation of baby boomer in Spanish:

baby boomer

Pronunciation /ˈbuːmər/ /ˈbuːmə(r)/


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    persona nacida inmediatamente después de la segunda guerra mundial
    • Two men, you might argue, played a much greater part in creating the permissive, liberal society, and neither of them were baby boomers.
    • As the population ages and the baby boomers move into retirement age, there will be an increasingly small pool of people to work and keep the economy afloat.
    • So the baby boomers' radical approach to everything from ageing to work patterns is inevitably affecting the business of dating too.
    • The subject matter will strike a chord with baby boomers.
    • The Age Concern report does not suggest how the baby boomers are likely to vote but it does highlight the issues on which they may base their decisions.
    • Everyone knows about the baby boomers - the rush of post-war births from 1946 to 1948.
    • But it takes us baby boomers back to the delightful days of the child benefit allowance because it comes without a means test.
    • Once the baby boomers are gone, the pension system can probably be scrapped in its entirety as it will no longer be needed.
    • The Saga poll breaks new ground by analysing the difference in voting intentions and opinions between the baby boomer generation and the over-65s who lived through the war.
    • Munnell believes there will be chronic labour shortages when the baby boomer generation retires - and only then will older workers be given a greater chance.
    • As a classic baby boomer - born in 1945 - he could well continue to be healthy and active until his nineties.
    • The baby boomer generation were flexing their collective muscles both politically and musically.
    • The baby boomer generation is rapidly becoming the retirement generation.
    • Our children will be hard pressed to maintain funding levels for retiring baby boomers, the largest segment of the work force.
    • The numbers of people active in the arts will grow exponentially as baby boomers retire.
    • Australia's baby boomers have been told many will have to work well past the present retirement age of 65.
    • As baby boomers age and life expectancy rises, dementia threatens to become epidemic.
    • What'll happen when Gen X grows up and takes over publishing from the baby boomers?
    • One market that has been overlooked as the Internet economy has developed is the aging baby boomer.
    • Dr. Leier says the health care system will come under increased stress as the baby boomer population ages.