Tag Archives: Generation Y

Holiday 2013 Spending Preview: Will Millennials Save The Season?

Listen closely…can you hear that? It’s the terrified screams from millions of children enjoying their summer breaks as retailers pound a [premature] Back-to-School drumbeat to get the second largest shopping season of the year underway. And when schools return to session in September, you can expect retailers to strike up the promotional band for the biggest selling season of the year: Holiday 2013. Forget the screams (along with Halloween and Thanksgiving), and cue the Buddy-the-Elf-esque joyful noise: “Santa!”

By these standards, is July too early for a peek at holiday spending intentions? I think not. Unfortunately, preliminary estimates aren’t looking like they’ll make retailers’ cash registers sing this year. Continue reading

Silent Generation Has Highest Health Satisfaction Score; Gen X Least Satisfied

Millennials’ Satisfaction with Their Health Doesn’t Seem to Impact Overall Happiness

Worthington, OH – 6/19/2013

Three in five (59.9%) Americans are satisfied with their overall health according to a Prosper Insights & Analytics analysis of the latest American Pulse™ data. Members of the Silent Generation have the highest Health Satisfaction Score in America followed by Continue reading

Silent Generation is the Happiest in the U.S., According to Prosper Insights & Analytics

Overall Happiness Increases with Age; Surprises Among Who’s Happiest With their Health, Love Life and Government 

Worthington, OH April 11, 2013 — As the number of candles increase on a birthday cake, it appears so does Happiness, according to a Prosper Insights & Analytics™ analysis of the latest American Pulse™ data. Members of the Silent Generation rank as the happiest in America followed in succession by Continue reading