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Ben Greenfield May 19
This is sad. health now declining considerably after age 27. Let’s redefine these norms people:
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Luke Watson May 20
Nah. It's cool. don't need homes, families, or economic prosperity. We'll just pawn the "participation trophies" that oldies give us a hard time about .. despite the fact that they're the ones who handed them to us (vs. a stable economy)
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Deloitte May 20
Dropped today: Deloitte's 2019 Millennial Survey. Explore what and have to say:
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Tim Wong May 20
Pizza is good, but that's not exactly what I've asked for....
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Sammi Coppedge May 15
Interesting infographic -- key differences between & 👇🏼
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Hispanic Millennials 22h
BEWARE - predatory lenders are coming for you! via
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Elle Rustique May 20
"One explanation for their slow progress is bad luck...entering the workforce during a downturn yields lower earnings for life." shouldn't have to suffer because of previous generations' emotional failures and policymakers' fuck ups.
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PCCA 18h
Farming transcends generations – see for yourself.
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Society 81 10m
You were not created to "play it safe", you were created to for MORE! Step out of your comfort zone today, Millennials. Keep sailing 🛳
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Strategic Solutions 21h
"Some have unrealistic expectations of and how it may unlock the door to buying a first home, a survey suggests." READ MORE >>>
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Twilight May 16
have nailed goal-oriented savings.
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Buh-bye Bevin 1h
Just made avocado toast for breakfast in case anyone wonders why I can't pay my mortgage for June
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Martin Funcich 4m
Replying to @Jordanmwills @Optus
More likely, I think we'll see a soft news piece on how a bunch of "entitled" can't live without Netflix for a night. What we *should* see though, is a news article on how Optus got caught with their pants down trying to secretly implement extra censorship rules.
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Zeehaus 22h
How To Start Investing In Real Estate 🏘
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Maggie Mlado May 21
Currently at the "Skills Forecasting State of Play" talk where I'm learning about how employers have worked, are working, could potentially work in the are entering the work force; most jobs will be automated; drastic skills shifts are happening.
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Mitch Freckleton May 14
Majority of approve of ! and the are producing REAL results for young Americans, not promising falsehoods currently running rampant among the 2020 Dems.
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Christina Pascucci May 21
So this article is important but also slightly upsetting haha we are NOT “approaching middle age” just yet!!
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Millennials don't... 5h
don't dance like , Drake dances like them, recent study finds.
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Bridge Loan Network May 15
High home prices along with strong demand have today’s youngest moving to smaller cities, here’s where they are heading:
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𝐚𝐬𝐡𝐥𝐞𝐲 𝐟𝐢𝐭𝐳𝐬𝐢𝐦𝐦𝐨𝐧𝐬 20h
1995: Don’t take candy from strangers. 2019: I just got avocado toast and eggs delivered to me out of the backpack of a guy on a bike named Eddie. Oh how the times have changed.
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