How Are Generations Named?The Baby Boomers, defined by Pew as people born between 1946 and 1964, initially referred to the post-war economic boom.
Nearly A Third Of Americans Have No Emergency SavingsNearly 30 percent of Americans -- 66 million people -- don't have savings to raid in the event of an emergency.
Striking A Work-Life Balance In The Smartphone AgeTechnology has made it possible for us to work from anywhere at any time; taking calls while we walk down the street, or checking emails from our phones at home. Dr. Sheeneeta White, an associate professor at the Opus College of Business at St. Thomas, says we must balance work and free time.
4 Things To Know: Gas Prices, Generation X Retirement & MoreFrom falling gas prices to a revolutionary pizza box projector, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, June 9.
John Williams Video Smack Down For 2-11!Your Saturday Morning Gen X Medley takes on "HOPE," the Budweiser Clydesdale.
Gen X, Gen Y Workers More Stressed, Less HealthyIt sure seems like we have a lot of health and wellness programs out there. But are younger people paying attention? A study seems to indicate they're not, that they feel more stressed and less healthy than Baby Boomers.