Millennial Inheritances

We hear a lot about the effects of the economy on Millennial mindsets, but will the expected “huge transfer of assets between baby boomers and their millennial children” predicted here change things up?

"A new study by Millennial Branding, which surveyed 225 employers using Experience Inc.’s data pool of over 100,000 U.S. companies, shows that 87% of employers are going to hire more 2012 graduates this year"

— What Employers Want from College Grads

(Source: foxbusiness.com)


Allow me to take some pressure off your job search by informing you that no one’s hiringVia someecards

Actually, “this year’s class enters the strongest job market for graduates since 2008" but "Many students are not graduating with the skills or background employers are looking for. This mismatch between what students are interested in doing, and what employers are willing to pay for, may be the biggest impediment to a rewarding career for the newest generation of American workers.”

Allow me to take some pressure off your job search by informing you that no one’s hiring

Via someecards

Actually, “this year’s class enters the strongest job market for graduates since 2008" but "Many students are not graduating with the skills or background employers are looking for. This mismatch between what students are interested in doing, and what employers are willing to pay for, may be the biggest impediment to a rewarding career for the newest generation of American workers.”

Esquire weighs in on the boomer/millennial conflict

Esquire weighs in on the boomer/millennial conflict

"Young people want solutions that create more economic opportunity for every American and view elected leaders who offer anything less as disingenuous and completely disconnected from the hardships they and their friends have already endured."

— Generation Opportunity

(Source: generationopportunity.org)

As millennials move towards adulthood, their increased spending could be a savior for the struggling economy, but can traditional values overcome looming student loan debt and a different outlook on the world? Will millennials start spending like boomers?

As millennials move towards adulthood, their increased spending could be a savior for the struggling economy, but can traditional values overcome looming student loan debt and a different outlook on the world? Will millennials start spending like boomers?