Articles about Millennials
Millennials may be the first generation less healthy than their parents
For Millennials, distress about securing good jobs and housing is causing long-term negative health effects. According to a new report from The Health Foundation, Millennials in the U.K. may grow up the first generation to be less healthy than their parents by the time they reach middle age.
Millennials still getting mom and dad to pay for rent and phone bills
Just because you're an adult doesn't mean you're independent. Even after they become fully-fledged adults, many Millennials still rely on their parents' money to get by.
Survey: ‘Lazy’ is the most annoying Millennial workplace stereotype
New research on working Millennials shows that by far, the most annoying "workplace stereotype" about this generation is that they're "lazy."
Survey: The 10 most expensive American cities to get married in
And the most expensive American city to get married in is ... you guessed it: New York, according to the 2018 Newlywed Report by WeddingWire.
This is how much avocado toast costs in 10 American cities
If you thought the avocado toast trend was dying down you would be quite wrong. Hand stabbing injuries from cutting avocados AKA "avocado hand" are on the rise and according to a recent study there is actually a scientific reason you are so addicted to this annoyingly Millennial meal.
Survey: Millennials are really terrible at tipping
Don't expect to get a generous tip from a Millennial — they are the stingiest tippers in America, according to a new survey of 1,000 adults from Creditcards.com.
These are the 25 companies Millennials want to work at
What makes the approximately 56 million Millennials working today want to work at certain companies over others?
The average Millennial expects to become a millionaire at some point and retire at age 56
The average Millennial says they expect to reach millionaire status at some point in their lifetime (47% don't think they'll reach millionaire status at all, and 4% say they already have) and 56 is the average age that they expect to retire from the workforce.
Move over Millennials – Here’s how Gen Z is going to do your job
The generation that’s made a collective career out of brazen entrepreneurialism and brattiness (“They’re brash, they’re narcissistic, they’re entitled,” says the Times, “Or so the cliché goes”) has new competition in the workplace: Generation Z.
4 very basic skills you might not have (and how to get them)
The bottom line is, if you’re unable to do something, there are more ways than ever to learn to do them and blow up the notion that an entire generation of people can’t figure out basic skills.
The mobile Millennial: What to know about relocating for a job
Have you ever read a job description that perfectly matched your skill set or received an offer from a company that you were very interested in … and then realized it required relocating?
Millennials’ parents just won’t stop getting involved in their kids’ jobs
When Millennials' parents aren't busy evicting their 30-year-old sons from their houses, it seems they're busy pestering their kids' bosses.
REPORTS: Millennials put off kids due to money — but pamper pets lavishly
Babies are out; pets are in. New reports show that while student loan debt is forcing Millennials to push back the decision to have children, they spend more and more on pets every year.
How to develop mastery, make millions, and be happy
The most common and cliche advice about seeking a happy life and prosperous career is to “follow your passion.” Millennials are notorious for seeking fulfilling and passion-filled jobs, only to be left disappointed and disappointing.
Parents win lawsuit to evict 30-year-old son who won’t move out
For one 30-year-old man in upstate New York, it took getting sued by his parents for him to finally be persuaded to move out and leave the house. On Tuesday, Mark and Christina Rotondo successfully won a lawsuit to evict their son Michael from their home.
12 awards I deserve as your office Millennial
First of all, let me congratulate you on hiring me, your token office Millennial. Now, as you may have read on one of the many great trustworthy news sources of our time, like Pop Sugar or Twitter, my generation needs to be recognized for our success. So I’m going to need you to affirm me now.
Here is why you should live like you’re immortal
It seems like all my peers have this idea that being young is an excuse for not living a satisfying life. But Millennials are not the only group of people who hide behind excuses. We all do. I get it. Taking on responsibilities in life is scary. It’s way cooler to have toast with avocado.
Study: Almost half of Millennials expect to leave their job in 2 years
When it comes to jobs, millennials are not looking to stay in one place, always looking for greener pastures. According to a new survey of 10,455 employed millennials across 36 countries by Deloitte, millennials are not loyal to one employer.
Survey: Millennials much more stressed than older colleagues
Stress does not get evenly distributed at work, a new survey of 4,500 people from the Mental Health Foundation has found. Turns out, age makes a significant difference in whether you find the workplace an oasis or a stressful nightmare.
5 former career rules that Millennials completely flipped
It’s no surprise that millennials have changed the career game, sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse. But one thing is clear: Workplaces are changing. And these five former career rules are no longer, thanks to the new generation. (Not gonna lie — we’re all about it.)
If your resume shows any of these 7 things, it may cost you a job
While 75% of millennials think "job hopping" looks good, new numbers show that this may not be the case for tech employees. New research from staffing firm Robert Half Technology found that "frequent job hopping" was the most frowned upon thing among CIOs evaluating job candidates.
The definitive guide to working with the Millennial species
Millennials are a humanoid form presently perplexing the professional world. Never before has such an incomprehensible and downright mysterious breed had the propensity to darken hiring managers’ moods the world over.
These are the states where you’ll find the highest-earning millennials
The rankings didn't include which cities have the best avocado toast.
Survey: 75% of millennials think ‘job hopping’ looks good
While there's certainly been an ongoing debate about the extent that millennials actually change jobs, recent research from global staffing firm Robert Half found that 75% of people ages 18-34 think it’s possible for "job hopping" to be good for their careers.
Female-only coworking space accused of discrimination
Are women only co-working spaces really discriminatory?