An analysis by The New York Times reported that millennials are taking on fewer mortgage and auto loans than previous generations, and as a result, they use credit cards less than people did at their age in the past.
According to a Bankrate survey released Monday, 89 percent of four-year college grads believe that their degree was a good investment.
By Tim Henderson, Stateline
Baltimore — along with Buffalo, New York; Chicago; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Pittsburgh and St. Louis — is experiencing some of the biggest increases in the number of young college graduates among large cities. They are hoping this wave of young…
By Jesse J. Holland, Associated Press
More than half of millennials questioned say they are willing to at least consider the idea of paying reparations to the descendants of slaves, the Associated Press reported.
By Denise Cummins
Why do the vast majority of Americans believe in equality for women in the workplace and the home, yet refuse to call themselves "feminists"?…
By Kenya Downs
Voters in this year’s presidential election will be some of the most diverse ever, according to the Pew Research Center. By Election Day, nearly one-in-three eligible voters will be Hispanic, black, Asian or any other racial and ethnic minority.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Millions of young adults healthy enough to think they don't need insurance face painful choices this year as the sign-up deadline approaches for President Barack Obama's health care law.
If all Latino millennials voted in 2016, they'd have major sway in the presidential race. But that will depend on boosting turnout among young voters who make up almost half of the overall Hispanic electorate.
By PBS NewsHour
A new analysis of census data from the Pew Research Center finds that 36 percent of women between the ages of 18-34 are living at home with parents or relatives, while an earlier analysis found that 43 percent of men…
By Joshua Barajas
The Pew Research Center's follow-up study on religion in the U.S. found that Americans are becoming less religious, specifically young adults who are less likely to believe in God, pray daily or regularly attend religious services.
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