The Generations of the UK The Washington Post recently ran a story on mapping 'the oldest and youngest states in America', exploring the geography of the generations, from Generation Z (0 to 14 years old) to the so-called 'Greatest Generation' (aged 70 and above).
We can argue about the categories all we like, but the maps were quite striking and tell an important story of demographic distribution across the United States. This got me thinking about the UK and what the patterns look like here. Equipped with mid-year population estimates for 2014, a healthy dose of curiosity, and a few spare hours, I decided to replicate the analysis for the UK. Here's what I did... I took the 2014 population estimates for all 391 UK local authority areas and then added up the population in each age category, as follows: 0 to 14 years (Generation Z), 15 to 29 (Generation Y), 30-49 (Generation X), 50-69 (Baby Boomers) and those aged 70 or above.
At the local level, there is considerable variation between places. 70 Plus Top 10. Britain’s greying population. What’s the challenge?
Britain’s population is ageing. Adapting to this trend poses economic, social and political challenges and increases the dependency of older citizens on those of working age. What challenges and opportunities does this create for society? What should our response be? Many countries including Britain, are experiencing a rapid ageing of their populations. 1 Low / declining fertility rate Women in Britain are having fewer children than previous generations. 2 Rising longevity People in Britain are living longer through improvements in health, diet and preventative care.
Challenges of an ageing population: Stuck in the Middle: Marketing to Generation X. Published on 21st Jul, 2015 in Business Marketing Advice, Outsourced Marketing This is the third part of our series Multi-Generational Marketing, where we teach you how to target individuals in the Millennial, X, and Baby Boomer generations.
You can view part one here and part two here. What is there to say about Generation X? Unlike the generations before and after, there isn’t a strong identity attached to those born between 1965 and 1980. As they reach middle age, this generation is truly caught in the middle of the battles between emerging and digital versus traditional and analog. Send an email. 5 Simple Ways to Create a Balance Sheet. A balance sheet is an essential way to evaluate a business’ financial health, and can be calculated every month, quarter or half-year to create a snapshot of a company’s net worth.
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