This election cycle has brought with it a wave of young blood into the Democratic party. From Iowa to Maine to California to Pennsylvania, a group of young progressives are prime to crash the old white man's party in D.C. Whether it is a 25-year-old Eagle scout raised by two gay women, a 30-year old bisexual or a 29-year-old daughter of a welder, it is the youth movement that has taken over the 2018 primary season.
Prudential's landmark study on millennials provides answers.
Hough, VP of Talent Acquisition at TD, shares her thoughts on millennials and why this generation should be seen in a different light.
The resolution was initially shot down, causing an uproar among younger evangelicals.
"Millennials are no longer the start-up generation; they're settling down, buying homes, and having children," said Kent E. Allison, leader of PwC's Employee Financial Education and Wellness practice.
The company sat down with some of the Nielsen associates who created the report to discuss key insights.
As Nielsen (No. 41 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) put the finishing touches on its new Millennials on Millennials report, which examines the media habits of U.S. Millennials, the company sat down with some Nielsen associates from this generation who created the report to discuss some key insights; and see how their own behavior measures up to those detailed in the report.
Millennials also cite feelings of disgust and fear following Trump's victory on Election Day.
New York's Gov. Andrew Cuomo picks up Bernie's promise.
On Tuesday, one of former Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders' hallmark campaign promises became more of a reality in the state of New York. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a plan that would provide free tuition to any of New York's public universities for citizens whose family earns less than $125,000 per year.
More than 2,300 manufacturers joined Toyota Bodine Aluminum by opening their doors to educate students on careers in manufacturing.
James, who is said to be living the "quintessential Millennial Dream," brings focus to a critical swing state — Ohio.
EY and EIG Release National Study Examining Millennials and the Economy
EY (No. 3 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list) and the Economic Innovation Group (EIG) today released a new national survey of Millennials gauging their views on a variety of issues related to the economy, education, American institutions, and the challenges they continue to face almost seven years into the recovery from the Great Recession. The results reveal a generation convinced the economy is failing them, a generation that is willing to work hard to better their lot, and a generation experiencing a great deal of anxiety about the future. Many Millennials entered the workforce in the midst of a deep economic crisis and today find themselves racked by student debt and lacking confidence in most American institutions.