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Age Cohorts: Workplace Characteristics Pre-Boomer1934-1945Boomer1946-1959Cusper1960-1968Buster1969-1978Netster1979-1988 © Marilyn Moats Kennedy 2008
Age Cohorts - Lifestyle Characteristics Pre-Boomer1934-1945 Boomer1946-1959 Cusper1960-1968 Buster1969-1978 Netster1979-1988 © Marilyn Moats Kennedy 2008
Age Cohorts: Social Values Pre-Boomer1934-1945Boomer1946-1959Cusper1960-1968Buster1969-1978Netster1979-1988 © Marilyn Moats Kennedy 2008
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What Makes Them Apply? Pre-Boomer1934-1945Boomer1946-1959Cusper1960-1968Buster1969-1978Netster1978-1988 © Marilyn Moats Kennedy 2008
The Medium Is the Message Pre-Boomer1934-1945Boomer1946-1959Cusper1960-1968Buster1969-1978Netster1978-1988 © Marilyn Moats Kennedy 2008
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Selling Across Generations Pre-Boomer 1935-1945 Cusper 1960-1969 Buster 1969-1978 Netster 1979-1988 Boomer 1946-1959 © Marilyn Moats Kennedy 2008
Satisfaction Across Generations Pre-Boomer 1935-1945 Cusper 1960-1969 Buster 1969-1978 Netster 1979-1988 Boomer 1946-1959 © Marilyn Moats Kennedy 2008
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