Experts predict the scourges of coronavirus and an economic recession will lead to a drop in birth rates. Here's why that matters.
Chicago is having a baby boom, and doctors think it’s thanks to the Cubs’ World Series win. Chicago is having a baby boom. The Cubs won the series in November. Do the math.
If you're one of those marketers who are staring out into the distance trying to figure out what your future looks like, you might want to look down instead.
Low birth rates over the last few decades will slow the flow of young people into the workforce just as the retirement of the baby boom and increasing longevity will enlarge the proportion of dependent retirees.
Welcome home to the new world. The Boomers are now retiring at the alarming rate of 10,000 a day for the next 17 years. They are leaving their second places and coming home, and the true impact of this reverse commute is only now beginning to materialize.
Unfortunately, we -- and by we, I speak now of my cohort, the Baby Boom generation -- seem to be the ones who have turned nostalgia into an industry. Which takes most of the fun out of it.
Alissa & Nichols Berse join HuffPost Live to share their story of how Hurricane Sandy gave their relationship a kick of romance and now have a little bundle of joy.