The "Millennial generation" are entering the workforce, while others are still children living with their parent(s). It's about time to pay serious attention to this second largest American generation. The book editors present information on trends relating to those born between 1977 and 1994, includes demographics, time use (a new chapter), health, and wealth. Though their incomes tend to be low, few are slackers in terms of delinquent behaviour
This text presents a statistical portrait of "Generation X," those Americans who followed the Baby Boom and span the ages of 30 to 41 as of the year 2006. The data is presented in chapters covering education, health, housing, income, labor force participation, living arrangements, spending, time use, and wealth.
Examines how much American households spend on hundreds of products and services by demographics including age, income, household type, region of residence, race and Hispanic origin, and educational attainment. Products and services examined include apparel, entertainment, financial products and services, food, alcohol, gifts, health care, household furnishings, shelter and utilities, personal care, reading, education, tobacco, and transportation.