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Who Owns What?

November 7, 2013

We’ve all got a bunch of gadgets, gizmos, and devices but who has what? Find out who owned which basic electronic device in 2010. Source

Social Change Impact Report

Social Change Impact Report

August 16, 2013

Historically, educational institutions have played an important role in social change—providing knowledge creation and equipping individuals with the tools and practical knowledge needed to address some of society’s greatest needs. Source

Understand Your Audience Through Media Consumption

Understand Your Audience Through Media Consumption

June 18, 2013

As this graphic using data from Advertising Age shows once again, marketing campaigns aren’t one size fits all. Knowing who your target customer is will help you understand where to find them–by channel and device–and when. Source

Why Baby Boomers Are So Bummed

Why Baby Boomers Are So Bummed

March 26, 2013

Once the free-loving, daisy-chaining, rebellious hippies of the 1970s, the image of Baby Boomers has evolved to something quite different today. In fact, baby boomers are the gloomiest generation, as this infographic shows. Source

Are Younger Adults More Gung-Ho About Saving Than Their Parents?

Are Younger Adults More Gung-Ho About Saving Than Their Parents?

March 16, 2013

Are younger adults today more ambitious and optimistic about their finances than their older counterparts? This infographics dives into the data and discovers some interesting trends. Source

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The Boomers: A Generation That Has Changed The Rules Of The Game –

January 17, 2013

It’s the summer of the Boomers. Led by the birthday celebrations for Bill Clinton and George W. Bush who are both turning 65 this summer, along with 7,000 other boomers who will be turning 65 every single day of the year. The Boomers have always changed the rules of the game and they are about […]

Millennials Are An Entrepreneurial Generation

Millennials Are An Entrepreneurial Generation

September 15, 2012

We are always hearing about today’s generation as being entrepreneurial but are they really? Yes, according to a recent survey conducted by the Young Invincibles in conjunction with Lake Research Partners and Bellwether Research and funded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. This is great news for the economy because entrepreneurs are job creators and […]

Then vs. Now: How much did kids change in generations

Then vs. Now: How much did kids change in generations

July 26, 2012

Those kids today… you may be the parent of a teenager and wondering what you’ve gotten yourself into. But do you have it worse than parents of the past? We all know that kids will be kids, but how much do they change over the course of a generation? Source

Online Family History Trends

Online Family History Trends

July 4, 2012

The family history space is booming like never before. Population trends and technological innovation are coalescing to fuel extraordinary growth in the industry. Considering the trends visually represented below, our outlook is highly optimistic. Source

MILLENNIALS - The Best Generation Ever

MILLENNIALS – The Best Generation Ever

June 22, 2012

The Millennials are the latest -and some would say, greatest – generation to emerge in America. Currently defined as those between the ages of 18 and 29, Millennials have many recognizable characteristics that researchers have deemed typical of the generation: optimism, tech-savvy, liberal leanings, and a solid educational background. Source

Who Are The Millenials?

Who Are The Millenials?

May 12, 2012

First there were the Baby Boomers, than Generation X, now there are the “Millennials.” So who makes up these “Millennials?” Young adults who are between the ages of 18-35 are all a part of this generation. They are defined by five things that make them unique to previous generations: technology, music and pop culture, liberalism […]