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Ask a non-millennial to describe a millennial in the workplace and it will probably be seconds before they mention beanbags, tech startups, flat whites and neediness. You might also remember this video (watched over 10million times on YouTube) in which…

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Fewer young people have been buying homes in their 20s and early 30s, compared to previous generations: Only 37 percent of people aged 25-34 owned in 2018, compared to 45 percent of both Gen Xers and baby boomers when they…

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I saw it, and I clicked on it. I couldn’t help it. It had the word “millennial” in the headline, and I am one of those: a millennial. So I had to click. It was about me, personally. Because I,…

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Society finds millennials to be pretty reckless with their money compared to previous generations: They take on more debt, have a “treat themselves” mentality, and are killing industries left and right because of their lack of financial stability. But are…

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Migration across the United States has shifted noticeably since the 2007-2009 Great Recession with many areas hoping to attract members of two huge generations: the young adult millennial generation and the increasingly graying baby boomers. Millennials, a highly educated and…

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The youngest Americans — millennials and Generation Z — are set to exercise their political muscle in 2020, making up 37% of the electorate, according to a new study by Pew Research. Why it matters: Younger generations are by far…

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The U.S. economy has (mostly) recovered from the Great Recession, but one large swath of our population is still feeling the effects: Millennials. Increasingly, data proves that Millennials were affected by coming-of-age during the recession, and aren’t just a lazy,…

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I couldn’t figure out why small, straightforward tasks on my to-do list felt so impossible. The answer is both more complex and far simpler than I expected. “I tried to register for the 2016 election, but it was beyond the…

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New Fed study estimates 400,000 more young adults would be homeowners, if not for student debt burdens. A new study by the Federal Reserve further quantifies what many millennials and mortgage lenders have long suspected: rising student debt burdens have…

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The government shutdown is approaching the two-week mark with no end in sight. And now that the holidays are over, its effects are becoming more apparent — not just on federal workers’ salaries, but on everything from science to beer….

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It looks like things haven’t improved much for student loan borrowers: 99.5% of people who applied for public service loan forgiveness have been rejected. Here’s what you need to know and what to do about it. Student Loan Forgiveness: Debt…

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The United States has long been the only industrialized country not to offer paid leave to new parents. Instead of waiting for the federal government, the incoming governor of California intends to change that in a significant way for families…

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