A lot has been said about millennials and what they expect out of life. The turn-of-the-century generation has been known to be filled with individuals craving a career that prioritizes social connections, continual learning and authenticity.
McDonald's may be the country's No. 1 fast-food chain and one of its most-beloved brands, but when it comes to millennials, the Golden Arches says it doesn't even rank among the demographic's top 10 restaurant chains.
While the recession pushed young adults to move in with their parents, a study released Thursday suggests that the millennial generation is poised to move out in droves, lift the number of new households formed and maybe even transform the housing market.
Pittsburgh has been ranked one of the nation’s most walkable cities for years, but a new study suggests if the city wants to attract young talent, it needs to be even more walkable.
According to a report released by the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at George Washington University, Pittsburgh is a city of “moderate walkable urbanism,” meaning more than 70 percent of walkable urban office and retail space is located in the central city.
Generation Y may be the most entrepreneurial generation on the planet. Parents have raised their children to value independence, personal aspirations and meaningful work. Rather than wait for the ideal job in a competitive job market, many graduates are charting their own path and finding ways to fund their aspirations.
While much has been written about the perceived laziness of the youngest generations of adults, it is clear they are willing to think and act differently in their approach to employment. In that respect they have much to teach their parents. Here are some of the lessons boomers could learn.
USA TODAY Millenials top elderly in rate living with familes Iowa City Press Citizen It used to be seniors who were most likely to be living at home with family. New research shows young adults have reversed that trend.
On top of accusations that millennials are narcissistic and lazy, the generation now has a new criticism to address: They’re more likely to ditch work friends for the sake of a promotion, according to a recent LinkedIn survey.
In light of the reality that Millennial women outnumber men in college classrooms, are on the verge of closing the pay gap (at least temporarily) and that they rank high-achieving careers as a bigger life priority than do their male counterparts, ...
Dans une vidéo qui a récemment fait le tour d'internet, on peut voir des enfants à qui l’ont met un walkman entre les mains et qui semblent bien incapables de pouvoir trouver une quelconque utilité à l’objet. Fake ou non, elle est symptomatique de changements majeurs dans nos sociétés.