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Tag Archives: Millennials
It used to be that many Millennials were moving back into their parents’ homes during the Great Recession. Today, new research from Pew Research Center shows that many parents are moving into households of their adult children or other relatives. …
Though not scientific, a college professor has written in the Huffington Post about his recent engagement with Generation Z. Generally the older generation feels the new generation is diminished in some way; that technology, poor education or upbringing makes them …
NPR, through their Youth Radio partnership, has a great story about a Gen Z influencer who created her own career and following. Generation Z is the group that follows Millennials. Their oldest members are now heading off to college. …
Adweek has an infographic explaining “What Millennials Value Most in Their Lives, Careers and Personal Tech”. The results come from a survey only allowing answers with two options. It is hard to know the accuracy of the survey, but the …
Gallup has a very interesting analysis of what Millennials want in a job as compared to other generations. Interestingly, they are thinking long term about benefits, but not so much about staying at their place of employment. They are more …
Adweek is producing a compendium of articles on businesses marketing to new Millennial parents. A number of the articles that are already written can be found here. Many brands want to ingratiate themselves into the Millennial family’s daily regimen. …
We all want to feel special. Having your own generation gives Xennials distinction. It all began three years ago according to this Vogue article. Now it’s becoming a real demographic. The Bold Italic, an online publication out of …
According to Adweek, “YouGov BrandIndex, a public-perception research firm that interviews over 1.5 million consumers yearly, just unveiled the results of its latest survey.” Millennials give some obvious brands their highest customer scores. Tied at the top of the list …
Here’s a new demographic term to us – Xennials. It apparently was first introduced in 2014 by GOOD magazine. According to Inverse Culture, it is the group that sits between Millennials and Gen-Xers. They were born between 1977 and …