Boomer Havens and Young Adult Magnets

Frey, William H.
September 2001
American Demographics;Sep2001, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p22
Discusses the findings of the Census 2000 on the geographic distribution of the Baby Boom generation and the post-Boomer/young adult cohort in the U.S. Regions and metropolitan countries with large shares of the Boomer population; Regions with large share of the young adult cohort; Implications of the trend in geographic distribution of Boomers and the young adult cohort. INSETS: Boomer Havens;Boomer and Post-Boomer Bellwethers;Post-Boomer/Young Adult Magnets;Post-Boomer Belts


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