Several companies have started hosting these events in an effort to better attract and retain millennial hires. Why? Many young professionals seem to value a different kind of close relationship with their parents than previous generations.
By Courtney Vinopal
The American religious landscape has changed dramatically over the past several decades. While regular church, synagogue and mosque attendance has been on the decline since the late 1970s, a Pew Research Center study this year has found that the biggest…
By Cat Wise, Kira Wakeam
Millennials are increasingly reevaluating their relationship with alcohol. A movement known as “sober curious” is gaining popularity with these young adults, who are questioning both the physical effects of alcohol and the way drinking is ingrained in American culture. And…
By Hari Sreenivasan, Rachel Wellford
For years, rural areas and small towns consistently lost some of their most talented young people, who moved to urban centers. But recent census data indicates that this “brain drain” phenomenon is subsiding as both millennials and more Americans of…
By Jeffrey Brown, Mike Fritz
In a world where convenience is king, app developers and charitable organizations have been teaming up to make donating as easy as possible.
By Elizabeth C. Tippett, The Conversation
Under federal law, you can be fired for saying "ok boomer" but not for millennial put-downs.
The publisher issued a major correction to a study claiming smartphones make millennials grow horns. But here's why this move won't kill the myth.
By Gretchen Frazee
Lower interest rates can save money on monthly mortgage payments, but other financial hurdles could still keep millennials from becoming homeowners.
The “millennials are growing horns” study is flawed, and its journal has launched an internal review. Can you spot the study's six major problems?…
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