Why Millennials Should Oppose a DACA Amnesty Although millennials are the first to virtuously signal their support for granting amnesty to DACA recipients, they are also the demographic cohort most hurt by DACA. This is an . . .
Government-Run Summer Work Travel Program Prioritizes Foreign Students Over Americans America’s youth unemployment rate is dismally high, and one (often-overlooked) reason is the slough of guest worker programs that the US government provides—basically, teenagers are . . .
The $13 an Hour Minimum Wage Experiment in Seattle Led to Massive Job Loss A new study done by the National Bureau of Economic Research shows that the minimum wage hike in Seattle (up to . . .
Millennials More Likely To Be Replaced By Automation Than Older Generations According to new research from Gallup, 67% of millennials are likely to lose their jobs due to automation sometime in the future. Breaking down . . .
Millennials Prefer To Spend On Experiences Rather Than Material Objects Last month we covered a new study that showed millennials save more than any other generation. But what are they saving for? New data shows . . .
31% of Millennials, and 25% of Americans Overall, Avoid Medical Treatment Due to Financial Burden According to a new survey, conducted on a sample of 1,000 individuals, one-quarter of Americans have avoided seeking out healthcare . . .
Most Millennials Are Not Saving Enough For Their Mortgage Down-Payments According to a survey done by Apartment List, 79% of millennials who currently rent would like to purchase a home, but can’t save up enough . . .
Millennials Save More Than Any Other Generation When it comes to saving money, millennnials are doing much better than most people think. A recent survey conducted on behalf of Merrill Edge shows that America’s youngest . . .
Without Historical Context, Modernity’s Problems Seem Natural Surely I’m not the only one who’s noticed that most of modernity’s problems are of our own construction—we make our bed, and we lie in it. And yet, lots . . .
Boomers Struggle To Support Their Adult Children Who Return Home—The Boomerang Generation According to a recent study by Fidelity, and the Stanford Center on Longevity, 75% of baby boomer parents claim that they are still . . .