Jun 14 2013

The financially forgotten generation: Economically raising the Millennials in a debt strapped financial world. Over half of Millennials have no savings.

Millennials, those roughly 18 to 34 years of age are growing up in the financial shadow of their baby boomer parents.  This group of Americans is more diverse in what they perceive to be a good quality life.  They prefer to live close to work and shopping, they are not big on suburbs, and many […]

Feb 2 2013

Young riding out recession by going into debt for college: Millennial unemployment jumps by two percent.

As the animal spirits of the economy rage wild, there are still difficult challenges ahead for younger Americans.  While the stock market is up highlighting corporate euphoria, many companies are doing this with 4 million fewer workers.  So the economic recovery is not evenly distributed and they rarely are.  Yet younger Americans are still facing […]

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