Hiring great employees isn’t as cut and dried as many business owners would like it to be. However, there’s a great cache of young professionals just waiting to be discovered. Millennials are defined by the Pew Research Center as individuals born between 1981 and 1997; this means those aged 21 to 37 in 2018. The
It seems you can’t go a week without finding a new article about a new industry millennials are killing. But while they may not be fans of paper napkins or bar soap, they are actually better with their money than their reputation might lead you to believe. It turns out that millennials are not ignoring
The millions of millennials who are living at home with their parents or shacking up with roommates will soon want to get married, have children, and buy homes, boosting household formation and creating even stronger demand for scarce housing, a report from Freddie Mac predicts. According to the company’s most recent Insight Report, millennials are
In the past, sharing finances was straightforward. Two people got married (usually young) and combined their money into a joint bank account. It’s always been easy to collaborate on finances. Millennial couples are different. They move in together sooner and marry later. They also carry record levels of student debt and typically earn dual incomes.
“The job of every generation is to discover the flaws of the one that came before it. That’s part of growing up, figuring out all the ways your parents and their friends are broken.” ― Justine Larbalestier, Zombies Vs. Unicorns We’ve heard this many times, Baby Boomers who struggle adapting to new technology and Millenials
Perhaps it’s the naiveté of youth. Or perhaps they know something the rest of us don’t. Either way, a poll by McGraw-Hill Education finds that 90 percent of college students are optimistic about their chances of finding meaningful employment after graduation. This is especially noteworthy, perhaps even puzzling, given that the unemployment rate for workers