Each generation prefers different types of tobacco. So, it should be no surprise that each generation is unique when it comes to what works best to help them quit.
With Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials, and Gen Zs all part of today’s workforce mix, it’s important to offer a quit-tobacco solution that works for each group.
Research shows nearly 70% of tobacco users want to quit.
By understanding how each generation operates in terms of support, you may be able to better engage them in quitting different types of tobacco.
One size doesn’t fit all
Phone coaching or in-person sessions have historically been the gold standard when it comes to tobacco cessation, but there have been decreases over time in utilization, particularly among young people.
For example, 68% of surveyed Millennials said they would prefer online visits with a physician versus in-person. Why would tobacco cessation be any different?
But that’s far from the only difference when it comes to generation-based preferences. Learn 6 key insights into how each generation is unique.
Download this quick-read tip sheet now to learn:
- Differences in how each generation approaches healthcare
- Different types of tobacco used by each generation
- Top 3 quit methods used by each generation
- Which age group is most likely to use phone coaching to quit tobacco
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