Generations at Work- The difference between Baby Boomers and Gen Y

Funny motivational speakers, Tim and Kris O’Shea, specialize in humorous keynote speeches for corporate meetings. In this segment, The O’Sheas look at the funny differences between Baby Boomers and Generation Y.

Funny motivational speakers, Tim and Kris O’Shea, specialize in humorous keynote speeches for corporate meetings. Described as “SNL for Business” The O’Sheas are corporate comedy pros!

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How rich are the baby boomers and how poor are their children?

Speaker: David Willetts MP
Chair: Professor John Hills
This event was recorded on 16 February 2010 in Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
David Willetts will analyse the distribution of income and wealth between different generations in Britain. He will investigate why the baby boomer generation have done particularly well for both income and wealth. He will then look at why the younger generation face much less favourable economic circumstances. Drawing on his new book The Pinch he will firmly place the issue of fairness between the generations on the political agenda.

Fox 5 News Report: Generation Y vs. Baby Boomers

I represented Generation Y in this debate. Our generation is leading the change and going global faster than any generation. The news report states that 35% of our generation is not in college and a large number live at home with their parents. That is misleading because we do not choose to live with our parents or not attend college. Some of us cannot get jobs upon graduation or pay for college because of the economy. The baby boomers got us into this economic mess and our generation has the duty and burden to save our country. Baby Boomers can’t create the mess and blame us as we are suffering from their mistakes. We will have to work even harder to raise our kids, pay for their college tuition, and provide the same standard of living that the baby boomers enjoyed. The sad truth is that some of the boomers are also caught in this mess and we must all work together as a country. All the generations need to stop pointing fingers and start working together as Americans to steer the country in the right direction.

We have a good start… Google. Facebook. Paypal. Enough said.

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Swaptak Das