Latest Millennials News

Millennial Money: You nixed your homebuying plan. What now?

Oct. 04, 2022 09:12 AM EDT

Millennials are in peak nesting mode. We want the outdoor space many apartments lack, or the room to grow that a starter house doesn’t offer. There’s just a not-so-small problem. (Gestures broadly at everything.) The median existing home sales price of U.S. homes...

Millennials, assembled: At UN, younger leaders rise

Sep. 23, 2022 01:44 AM EDT

A young president at the U.N. General Assembly touted millennial status symbols like coffee, outdoor adventure and Bitcoin. Another admitted in front of the famous green marble that it was harder to govern a country than to protest in its streets. A foreign minister, once shunned for having only a...

Survey finds young people follow news, but without much joy

Aug. 31, 2022 05:18 AM EDT

NEW YORK (AP) — Young people are following the news but aren't too happy with what they're seeing. Broadly speaking, that's the conclusion of a study released Wednesday showing 79% of young Americans say they get news daily. The survey of young people ages 16 to 40 — the older of...

Gen Z, millennials speak out on reluctance to become parents

Aug. 30, 2022 16:44 PM EDT

NEW YORK (AP) — At 24, El Johnson has made up her mind that she won't bear children, though she and her girlfriend haven't ruled out adoption. The graduate student who works in legal services in Austin, Texas, has a list of reasons for not wanting to give birth: the climate crisis...

Millennial Money: Can job-hopping help retirement savings?

Jul. 26, 2022 10:49 AM EDT

Millennials have been coined the “job-hopping generation,” and I’ve contributed to that stereotype. I started my career at 22 and have job-hopped almost every year since. For many of those years, I was young and restless, and there was another part of me looking for more fulfilling work and...

Where young adults moved to based on race and ethnicity

Jul. 25, 2022 11:29 AM EDT

It turns out millennials haven’t strayed very far from the areas where they grew up. A study released Monday by Harvard University and U.S. Census Bureau researchers found that by age 26, more than two-thirds of millennials lived in the same area where they grew up, 80% had moved...

Study: Millennials didn't stray far from where they grew up

Jul. 25, 2022 09:32 AM EDT

Growing up in mid-sized Virginia Beach, Andrew Waldholtz wanted to live in a big city so he moved to the District of Columbia for college. After four years in the comparatively expensive city, he realized he wanted a place to live that was more affordable. Waldholtz, 35, eventually...