In a lively debate on Steve Paikin’s “The Agenda” on TVO, ZoomerU Vice President David Cravit defended Boomers from the negativity of the “OK, Boomer” meme. He argued that, in one sense, the catchphrase is just the latest manifestation of the age-old pattern of younger generations mocking the older ones (the Boomers themselves liked to say “Never trust anyone over thirty”) but — more importantly — misses the point about what’s really going on now. For the first time ever, the older generations are not fading away “on schedule” at 65. Watch all the action here.
That's how many Zoomers plan to purchase a home in the next 12 months. It's more than any other age group. Source: Vividata Spring 2021