Kenny Xu June 23, 2020 It used to be that starting a small business was seen as the way up to wealth, or at least middle-class respectability. Nearly half (49.7%) of American World War II veterans started their own small businesses, and it became natural and admirable for the nation’s young men to go from … Continue reading Why Are Millennials the Least Entrepreneurial Generation Since WWII?
Anthony Carranza — April 5, 2020 The world since COVID-19 has been turned upside down. The life as we once knew it will forever be altered. In light of all of these changes, a recent study conducted by Zety sought the opinion of the public about Millennials. They interviewed more than 1,000 people and asked … Continue reading Latest Survey Examines the Misconceptions About Millennials [Infographic]
Sarah Flis — March 20, 2020 Today, 76.2 million millennials live in the U.S. and 84 percent of them contribute to charities, more than other generations. Millennials give an average of $ 481 annually. Based on that, millennial fundraising totals more than $ 30 billion. That’s a huge opportunity! For non-profit organizations to succeed in … Continue reading Millennial Fundraising: Why this Generation Cares About Giving
Brands must deeply understand how their actions can build – or destroy – trust among their customers. Greg Heist on February 21, 2020 at 8:05 am Brands today are clamoring to develop personalized experiences, customized products and individualized recommendations. And rightly so. Consumers are prepared to trade off a valuable asset in exchange for their personal information. In … Continue reading Hyper-personalization is a value exchange for millennials
Dave Sutton — October 8, 2019 “Content is king,” said Bill Gates over 20 years ago, and this maxim still remains true to this today. How could it not be? With platforms like WordPress that are free and that offer an amazing opportunity for the expression of ideas, there’s just no reason not to have … Continue reading 9 Reasons Blogs Appeal to Millennials
Kimberly Zhang — October 1, 2019 Young professionals can be flighty, and organizations struggle to find strategies that entice them to stay. Millennials may be notorious for their need for constant recognition, but they’re now the largest generation in the U.S. workforce. By 2020, Millennials and Gen Z will comprise 66% of U.S. labor, yet … Continue reading You’ve Recruited Millennials Successfully, But How Do You Keep Them?
Brian Wallace — September 29, 2019 Follow @nowsourcing Millennials have come of age, and now make up a full third of the workforce. While Instagram FOMO might still have you wondering how they lead such posh lives, but don’t be fooled. The reality is, being a millennial is no cakewalk. The fact is, 62 percent … Continue reading Don’t Be Fooled. Millennials Are Not the Irresponsible Upstarts You’ve Read About
Chris Weissman — September 24, 2019 Are millennials really so perplexing? Can marketing to them be so different from what came before? This seems to be the message of many articles you find online about how to market to that mysterious youth demographic, a consistent theme of which is that millennials are like no other … Continue reading 5 Critical Things Boomers Share with Millennials
Bill Price — September 17, 2019 — September 17, 2019 According to a ton of data produced by Pew Research over the past five years or so, millennials are on the cusp of becoming the largest population segment in the US, and possibly the largest the country has ever seen. The group’s traits and characteristics … Continue reading 5 Things Millennials Need from You, Like, Yesterday
Coralie Sawruk — August 26, 2019 — August 26, 2019 The millennial workforce is on the verge of burnout. For starters, check out the breaking news from Deloitte’s 2019 annual millennial survey, which should be a wake-up call for the HR industry: “Despite current global economic growth, expansion and opportunity, millennials and Generation Z are … Continue reading How to Prevent Your Millennial Workforce from Burning Out