Category Archive: Millennial Mindsets

Nov 18

Why Millennials Choose To Join Corporate America Over Becoming Entrepreneurs

Why Millennials Choose To Join Corporate America Over Becoming Entrepreneurs CONTRIBUTOR Sharing news and views from the Forbes Under 30 community. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. GUEST POST WRITTEN BY Natalie Bacon I help millennials make better money, career, and lifestyle choices. Millennials have a reputation for ditching their nine-to-fives for entrepreneurship. …

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Nov 18

Millennials Ditching Party ID, Post-Election Analysis Shows

Millennials Ditching Party ID, Post-Election Analysis Shows Younger Americans voted on personal issues rather than along party lines Posted Nov 18, 2016 5:00 AM By Christina Flom Younger Americans voted more for Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump, but not by the same margins as they favored President Barack Obama. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images file photo) It …

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Nov 17

Understanding Millennials — America’s Largest Working Generation — Will Help Us Build a Stronger…

Understanding Millennials — America’s Largest Working Generation — Will Help Us Build a Stronger Economy They don’t judge work by pay, but rather by impact and quality of life. By Amy Vetter, Global VP of Education and Enablement, Xero Millennials are now the single largest generation participating in the American workforce. But arguably, they’re also the most misunderstood. This demographic isn’t …

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Nov 17

Millennial Managers? Think Again. U.S. Millennials Choose a Career for Me Over Being the Boss

Millennial Managers? Think Again. U.S. Millennials Choose a Career for Me Over Being the Boss – Being the boss is low priority for Millennials – Just 17% in the U.S. rank leadership as top career goal – Millennials are eager to learn individual skills, just not management – Millennials prize technical, interpersonal and IT skills …

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Nov 16

Millennials march against Trump – The Blade

LOS ANGELES — High school students left class by the thousands today, carrying their signs and their chanting voices into the streets of several U.S. cities six days after Donald Trump’s election. They walked out in California, Colorado, Maryland and other states, many declaring concerns over the president-elect’s comments about minorities and the effect he …

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Nov 16

Work-Life Balance, Not Income, Defines Success for Millennial Entrepreneurs

Work-Life Balance, Not Income, Defines Success for Millennial Entrepreneurs By Chad Brooks, Business News Daily Senior WriterNovember 16, 2016 08:30 am EST Credit: Mangostock/Shutterstock Young business owners don’t define success by how much money they make. Instead, 79 percent of millennial small business owners measure the success of their business on whether they have a flexible …

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Nov 10

Study Reveals How Much Millennials Are Willing to Spend on Travel | Travel + Leisure

Most Millennials Put Travel Above Buying a Home or Paying Off Debt by Talia Avakian November 9, 2016 Getty Images/Cultura Exclusive That’s according to a new study conducted by Airbnb. In a study looking at the priorities of millennials, travel came out as a higher priority than buying a home or car, or even paying …

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Nov 10

Millennials hate groceries. Here’s how local food entrepreneurs will taste more success. – Charlotte Agenda

Millennials hate groceries. Here’s how local food entrepreneurs will taste more success. By Ted Williams | November 9, 2016 Views: 2,300 Shifting consumer food habits may force grocery stores to go the path of newspapers if they fail to adapt. This cultural change creates a massive opportunity for both national and local Charlotte food entrepreneurs to build big, …

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Nov 10

Moving to Move Up: Most Millennials Will Relocate for a Job

Moving to Move Up: Most Millennials Will Relocate for a Job By Chad Brooks, Business News Daily Senior WriterNovember 9, 2016 08:46 am EST Credit: Bikeriderlondon/Shutterstock Many millennials aren’t just willing to hop from job to job to advance their careers; they’re also prepared to move from city to city to get a leg up, …

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Nov 10

Millennials Much More Willing to Job Hop Compared to Past Generations – InsideSources

Millennials Much More Willing to Job Hop Compared to Past Generations Posted to Finance November 08, 2016 by Connor D. Wolf The majority of millennials, at 60 percent, are open to jumping to a new job if the opportunity arises, according to a poll out Tuesday. Millennials view their work lives in vastly different ways …

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