Category Archive: Millennial Trends

Apr 03

Millennials’ latest mistake: embracing the ‘starter marriage’ | New York Post

There’s something going on with marriage in America. At a time when it’s available to so many, it appears to be taken seriously by so few. Take Marnie Michaels, the willowy, statuesque musician played by Allison Williams in HBO’s hip series, “Girls.” As devoted viewers who watched Sunday’s episode are aware, Michaels has gone from …

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Mar 31

Millennials look to buy homes in suburbs with city perks – Houston Chronicle

Perhaps Alex Dale and Stephanie LeBlanc lost their copy of the millennial script. Somehow, they’re looking to buy a house in The Woodlands and not inside the Loop, where they had rented a place close enough to walk or summon an Uber ride to their favorite restaurants and bars. Or maybe observers got the narrative …

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Mar 31

Breaking! Millennials Don’t Use Napkins — The Cut

Ah, those wacky millennials! They don’t eat cereal because it involveswashing dishes. They prefer exerciseto binge-drinking! When they do drink, they choose to imbibe that fancy European grape juice known aswine. And things get a littlequirky when they start their ownmedia companies! And now, according to the Washington Post, they don’t use napkins. Fifteen years ago, …

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Mar 31

Why Millennials Are About to Leave Cities in Droves – Fortune

As millennials’ careers finally take off, they’ll leave urban cores—just like their parents did. As businesses and governments have struggled to understand the so-called millennials—born between roughly 1980 and 2000—one frequent conclusion has been that they have a unique love of cities. A deep-seated preference for night life and subways, the thinking goes, has driven …

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Mar 30

Gen Z: High Tech/High Touch – i4cp

John Naisbitt first developed the concept of high tech, high touch in his 1982 New York Times bestseller, “Megatrends.” He theorized that in a world of technology, people long for personal, human contact. Since then, however, we have seen the proliferation of technology and instant connectivity with anyone around the world. But, technology has increasingly …

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Mar 26

Co-working: New office setups for millennials and others | SanDiegoUnionTribune.com

First came home offices where new ideas turned into a small business. Then Starbucks became the place to work on a laptop and network with neighbors and clients. Now a new concept —“co-working” or “shared workplaces” — is taking hold: Rent a desk for $500 per month in a warehouse or commercial building and work …

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Mar 25

Forget MTV; Millennials Want Their YouTube (And Netflix And Social Media) 03/25/2016

There’s an iconic scene in the 1997 cinematic masterpiece, “Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion,” where one of the titular characters had, like, a dating emergency, so she attempted to audition for “Singled Out,” MTV’s raucously puerile dating show—only to be flatly rejected. At age 28, Romy White was deemed too old and too uncool …

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Mar 24

How millennials are spending money – Business Insider

Where are these young people spending their money? Forget clothes and shoes. We’ve known that consumers prefer to spend money on technology as opposed to apparel, but Jim Cramer — according to Carl Quintanilla — has stated the three places where they’re actually choosing to spend their hard-earned cash: Uber Reuters/Damir SagoljA phone runs the Uber application. Jason Dorsey, …

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Mar 23

4 things Millennials need to navigate the Fourth Industrial Revolution | World Economic Forum

In an essay on the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Klaus Schwab writes that ongoing technological innovations “will change not only what we do but also who we are,” and that the “list is endless because it is bound only by our imagination.” His examples range from those that very few comprehend (Artificial Intelligeance and biotechnology) to …

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Mar 23

Americans Belief In God Praying Statistics Study

Millennials have a reputation for being nonreligious, and now it seems we’ve hit an all-time low. According to new research, 2014 marked the least spiritual year in the U.S. since the ’70s. The researchers for the study, which was published online this week in the journal Sage Open, looked at data for 58,893 people. All …

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