Move over boomers. Move over Xers. There are new kids in town – and they’re positioned to have a major economic impact. The nation’s 18- to 25-year-olds, known as Generation Y, live at the forefront of a fast-paced world connected by technology. They shop. They spend. They surf the Internet and pay bills through their cell phones. Gen Yers number some 60 million people in the United States.