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A report released by Harvard economists shows that while the echo-boom generation (ages 25 to 44) is expected to “invigorate” the real-estate market, immigration remains a “wild card” that could either “dampen” or “lift” the market.
Increased demand for post-secondary education and the coming wave of "echo-boom" students graduating from high school will drive DeVry and other for-profit education companies in the immediate future, an analyst at Morningstar believes.
Commissioner Stevens shared his thoughts on the importance of establishing a solid foundation of support for the next generation of homeowners, the echo-boom generation, which outnumbers baby boomers.
CONAN: And indeed that there because of the way this echo-boom generation or millennials or whatever you want to call them, was raised, you say, because these are the children whose self-esteem was built up very carefully by parents and schools, that indeed self-esteem unconnected to actual connected to actual achievement creates a problem.
Members of the "echo-boom" generation "tend to live within 10 to 20 minutes of where they work and prefer to take transit rather than drive.