The Resource Generation X : Americans born 1965 to 1976, by the New Strategist editors

Generation X : Americans born 1965 to 1976, by the New Strategist editors

Label
Generation X : Americans born 1965 to 1976
Title
Generation X
Title remainder
Americans born 1965 to 1976
Statement of responsibility
by the New Strategist editors
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLM
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • statistics
NLM call number
2004 K-792
Series statement
The American generations series
Generation X : Americans born 1965 to 1976, by the New Strategist editors
Label
Generation X : Americans born 1965 to 1976, by the New Strategist editors
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • 3. Housing -- Highlights -- Homeownership increased among Gen Xers -- Homeownership rises with age -- Married couples are likely to be homeowners -- Most Black and Hispanics are not homeowners -- Most Americans live in single-family homes -- Generation Xers are most likely to live in new homes -- Housing costs are high for Generation Xers -- Many young adults own high-value homes -- Generation Xers are on the move -- 4. Income -- Highlights -- The household incomes of Generation Xers have declined -- Household income rises with age -- Incomes are highest for Asian households -- Couples have the highest incomes -- The incomes of men aged 35 to 44 are below 1990 levels -- Men's income rises above average in the 30-to-34 age group -- Women's incomes do not rise much with age -- Earnings rise with education -- Wage and salary income is most important for Generation Xers -- The poverty rate is below average for Generation Xers --
  • 5. Labor force -- Highlights -- Fewer Gen Xers are working -- More than 80 percent of Generation Xers are in the labor force -- Asians are least likely to be unemployed -- Labor force participation of Gen X women varies by race and ethnicity -- Most Generation X couples are dual earners -- Generation Xers are overrepresented in technical jobs -- Few generation Xers work part-time -- Self-employment is uncommon among Gen Xers -- Job tenure has changed little for men aged 25 to 44 -- Some Generation Xers have alternative work arrangements -- Many workers have flexible schedules -- Few Gen Xers work for minimum wage -- Few 25-to-44-year-olds are represented by unions -- Number of workers aged 35 to 49 will decline --
Control code
ocm70155057
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Dimensions
26 cm.
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Edition
5th ed.
Extent
xiv, 334 p.
Isbn
9781885070890
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)70155057

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