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Millennials, the largest US generation

Ben Schiller from Fastcoexist looks at how millennials are now the largest generation living in the United States. Read full story

Millennials have few choices in current real estate market

Canada’s real estate market has defied gravity for years and it looks like it will continue to climb in 2016. The average home in Canada More...

Millennials in the workplace: not quite as demanding and ‘out there’ as once thought

Millennials don’t seem to carry the most positive reputation as a generation. We have all heard the constant labels of optimistic, tree-huggers, everyone deserves a More...

How To: Hiring and retaining millennials

  Millennials are quickly making their way into the workforce. According to The Bureau of Labor Statistics, millennials will become the new workforce majority this More...

Millennials want to work at organizations that focus on purpose, not just profit

Millennials have a skewed reputation these days when it comes to how they are viewed by society – while they are all about change, the More...

Millennials’ job plight is more complex than simple unemployment

‘Wages are falling’, ‘job growth remains tepid and uneven’ and ‘the income gap between younger and older generations is expanding’ are just a few struggles More...

Millennials will become the majority in the workforce in 2015. Is your company ready?

In 2015 millennials, people born between 1981 and 1996, will make up the new workforce majority. Sydney Brownstone at Co.Exist takes a look at an interesting More...

For interns, all work and no payoff

Alex Williams at the New York Times takes a look at the challenges facing young workers trapped in the “intern cycle”, moving from one unpaid (or low-wage) More...

Where do millennials want to work?

There’s been a lot of discussion in recent years about millennials in the workforce. If you’ve ever been curious about where today’s university students in More...