Understand The Benefits Of Avocados And You Will Never Blame Millennials Again

You might have heard about the millionaire who claimed that millennials can’t afford houses because they buy avocado toast. That’s not quite the reason why millennials have trouble purchasing homes. But it also unfairly maligns the avocado, which is experiencing unprecedented popularity for good reason. Avocados are a high-fat fruit as well as a superfood with an amazing nutritional profile. Any well-balanced diet will include this nutrient-dense food in some capacity. Read ahead about the benefits of the avocado and you’ll never blame millennials again! How Healthy is Avocado? The…

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Understanding Millennials – Who is Generation Y?

Introducing Generation Y Every generation has its own traits. For example, the Baby Boomers (born between 1946 – 1964) were said to be work-centric, independent, goal-oriented and competitive. This was driven by their environment, following the second world war when numbers of marriages dropped yet the birth rate increased meaning that the school classrooms were fuller and there was considerable competition for college places. The same is true with the latest generation, the Millennials, the generation born between 1985 and 2000. A generation forged by the environment they have grown…

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4 Grooming Tips for Millennials Starting their First Professional Job

Starting your first professional job can be both exciting and scary. Millennials often don’t know what to wear at their first professional job. Here are some grooming tips that will help you make a great impression on your boss on new coworkers. 1. Choose Clothes That Make You Look Older In the workforce, people tend to equate age with experience and expertise. This can put millennial professionals at a disadvantage, regardless of how qualified they are. It is a good idea to choose a wardrobe that makes you look older.…

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5 Smart Moves For Millennials To Boost Retirement Savings

Retirement might not be coming your way for quite some time, but if you haven’t started planning for it yet, it’s possible that you’re already a bit behind. As the outlook on retirement looks dimmer and dimmer for our generation, the need to contribute early and often to a retirement savings fund becomes all the more important. Fortunately, there are several ways you can boost your savings now to build your funds faster and secure a more stable future for yourself in your older age. Here are six smart moves…

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5 Problems Even Middle Income Millennials Are Facing

Who is the millennial? The world knows the millennials as being those young kids aged 20-30, who are now in college or trying to build their post-college lives. And the major feature that defines millennials is the fact they are broke! Like really broke, because they are drowning in student debt and unemployment. However, there are a bunch of lucky millennials who did manage to stay on top of their finances and are now proud to be cast as middle income persons. They are the people the rest of the…

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The 5 Types of Millennials in the Workplace

Millennials make up about 25% of the U.S. population, but when it comes to defining them, you shouldn’t take a one size fits all approach. There are many different types of Millennials that you’ll encounter in the workplace. Here are 5 to look out for: Travel Enthusiasts. These Millennials want to see the world—just on a tight budget. They will take every opportunity that they find at work to travel on the company’s dime, whether it takes them to a beautiful European countryside or the middle of nowhere. Travel Enthusiasts love…

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Hillary Channels Her Inner Bernie To Sway Millennials On “SNL”

“So thank you millennials, for lending your support to the biggest outsider Jew in the race — Hillary Rodham Clinton.” “Millennials, you're voice is important. You're the ones who will decide the election,” Clinton says. “Because there are so many of you… so, so many.” The skit narrowed in on the former Secretary of State's struggle to acquire strong support from millennials, as people under 30 have continued to favor her New York-bred opponent. The SNL sketch went on as any other Clinton ad would…until she started speaking in a…

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