How you stay informed on what’s happening in the world probably depends on your age.
Dependence on Mom and Dad prepares them to be successful adults.
Generation Y is often thought of as a slacker group of young adults who have failed to launch, delaying real careers and families until later in life. But new research suggests their heavy dependence on Mom and Dad might ultimately prepare them to be successful adults.
Millennials would rather buy an iPhone than trust a banker. Smart!
Young adults remain an untapped market for retirement and financial advisers, according to a recent Mintel report.
According to the study, 69% of Generation Y workers who are eligible for a 401(k) retirement plan are not enrolled. Millennials refers to those who are currently ages 14 to 31.
In an annual survey, Knowledge Networks has found that members of the Millennial generation (currently those ages 13 to 28) are more likely than people of other generations to watch TV shows online. They are also more likely, according to the survey results, to give purchase consideration to episode sponsors.