Last week I attended a session hosted by Rufus Leonard that aimed to challenge the way we look at money. The event was based around the fact that, according to Viacom-owned Scratch’s Millennial Disruption Index, Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce in 2025, yet 33% of them believe that there will be no need for (consumer) banks in the future.
The study was conducted across five continents, asking 8,535 employed adults in 24 countries about how they conduct business and leisure travel – their likes, dislikes, preferences, and pet peeves. The study aims to discover how millennials will impact the travel landscape as they gain decision-making power at work and purchase power in their personal lives.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that reading is good for you. Not only does it work wonders for your empathy and increase your brainpower, it’s one of the most pleasurable ways to pass an afternoon — or hey, a whole weekend.
Fulfillment at work, fulfillment at home... Millennials want it all and they want it fast. Unlike many Moderns, Millennials want to be home for dinner, and want to feel like their 9-5 job has a real purpose.