baby boomlet

baby boomlet

n.
An increase in the birthrate that is smaller than a baby boom, especially that in the United States and Canada during the 1980s and 1990s.
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New Zealand is a major dairy exporter and its milk powder and formula industry is likely to benefit from a baby boomlet in China.
NEW YORK -- America's ongoing baby boomlet continues to have a positive impact on the infant care category.
Anyone with eyes or a subscription to People magazine has noticed there's a baby boomlet on.
But as public funding dries up and the baby boomlet of 18-24-year-olds continues to grow through 2015, community colleges may face powerful incentives to shift their enrollments away from low-income and nontraditional students, toward more traditional and affluent 18-24 year olds.
11, 2001, baby boomlet has prompted a handful of bedding companies to develop products especially for babies and expectant mothers.
Joseph's University in Philadelphia, contends that a high percentage of children and teen-agers is creating a baby boomlet.
Because of this late-thirties baby boomlet, married high-achieving women are exactly as likely to have had kids by ages 36 to 40 as are all other married women who work full time.
colleges and universities had been doing quite well when their endowments were riding high in the stock markets, donors were opening their wallets, and the baby boomlet kept many dorms filled to overflowing.
A "crime bomb" explodes when the baby boomlet and post-boomlet generations enter adolescence (the age group responsible for most crimes against people and property).
He also tells you what he has seen in recent years: a new baby boomlet of disaffected ghetto youth, raised in the era of crack cocaine and absent fathers, that is learning to play Mortal Kombat with real guns.
The GI generation (born pre-1930) turns sixty-nine years old; those born during the Great Depression (born 1930-39) turn fifty-nine to sixty-eight years old; war babies (born 1940-45) turn fifty-three to fifty-eight; baby boomers (born 1946-64) turn thirty-four to fifty-two; baby busters (born 1965-76) turn twenty-two to thirty-three; those of the baby boomlet generation (1977-94) turn four to twenty-one years old; and those born during the baby echo time period (1995-present) turn up to three years old.