More From Ann Hynek
How Millennials Are Driving the Sharing Economy
Millennials resonate with the idea of the sharing economy since it perfectly fits their budgets. Millennials took longer than expected to enter the job market—and at lower wages.
Why Quality of Life Is the New Money for Millennials
I believe that consumption demand patterns among millennials, including an emphasis on quality of life, is somewhat influencing this demand for travel and leisure, tech products and personal services.
How Millennials Are Driving Broader Economic Shifts
But though millennials may have been born into unlucky economic circumstances, they seem to also be transforming their luck.
Why Millennials Might Face Tougher Times Yet Again
More recently, though the employment situation of Gen Y, as millennials are also known, has greatly improved since 2010, there have been signs that tougher economic times may again be ahead.
Millennials Drowning in Debt: What Are the Broader Effects?
If millennials aren’t buying homes or cars and aren’t able to save for retirement, this trend will hurt the economy.
Why Millennials Are Often Called ‘the Unluckiest Generation’
A population of 80 million strong in the U.S., millennials – those born between 1980 and 1999 – are breaking with tradition.