The dream of the mid-2000s will be alive at ‘When We Were Young’ festival in Las Vegas
Grab your eyeliner and flat irons, because a music festival featuring the titans of mid-aught emo music are playing for one day only at the appropriately titled When We Were Young music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 22.
Meet the typical Chinese millennial, who makes $22,000 a year but has no student debt, grew up in an economic boom, and has learned how to out-hustle everyone else
There are 400 million millennials in China. Insider interviewed six of them to find out more about how they live, work, and play.news.yahoo.com
Meet the middle-aged millennial: Homeowner, debt-burdened and turning 40
The survey polled 1,000 U.S. adults ages 33 to 40 around a number of topics, including homeownership, student loans, employment and financial security. Roughly 5% of older millennials say they've made a home purchase in the past year. Nearly 1 in 5 older millennials also received help from their parents or other family members in funding the purchase of their home. "When it comes to achieving homeownership, older millennials were just scrappy and very resourceful," says Harris Poll CEO John Gerzema. Only about 5% of older millennials bought a home in the past year, according to the CNBC Make It-Harris Poll survey.cnbc.com
Gen Z and millennials would look for another job post-COVID if workplace was not pet-friendly, survey finds
Especially when ordinances were set in place to quarantine for prolonged periods of time, pet owners turned to their pets for companionship during their long hours of work, and many without pets even turned to pet adoption or breeders to get a four-legged companion. This is why Banfield Pet Hospital has conducted a new survey to discover if the “quarantine pet” will be a trend that may change the future of the workplace as we know it for good. AdSo far, the findings point towards this shift in more pet-friendly work environments. Fears such as separation anxiety are prevalent among pet-owners. However, most are hopeful the future will look more pet-friendly.
Millennials ripe and ready to take over
In the U.S. there are some 75 million Millennials - born between 1981 and 2000 - who already make up one-third of the workforce. This mass infusion of young minds ready for great success and lots of praise has caused some clashes with an older generation. Ben Tracy reports.cbsnews.com