As Price Fluctuates Wildly, Millennials Say They'd Invest In Bitcoin Over StocksAccording to recent studies, the Great Recession of 2008 has made a large portion of millennials so fearful of investing in the stock market that young adults say they'd rather take their chances in the volatile world of cryptocurrency.
Millennials Give More Generously To Charity, Study SaysResearchers from the British government's Charity Commission found that 18 to 24-year-olds made an average donation of nearly $42 during the Christmas season.
Millennials: 'Snowflake' Label Hurts Our Mental Health, Study FindsAccording to a study, 74 percent of 16 to 24-year-olds in the UK felt the snowflake label could have a negative impact on someone's mental health.
White Millennials Split On Whether Trump Is RacistAll millennials say racism is one of the top three problems, and agree African-Americans experience the most racial discrimination.
Survey Says 7 In 10 Millennials Would Rather Text Than Talk In PersonIn the United States, nearly 74 percent of respondents would rather send a text message instead of having a conversation.
Millennials Love Going Green But Don't Actually Recycle, Study SaysAccording to the poll of 1,000 millennials, only 34 percent of them recycled paper or aluminum cans.
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Millennials Are Happier At Work Than Others, Study SaysA mere eight percent of the 18 to 34-year-olds surveyed considered themselves unhappy at work.
Average Millennial Eats Out Five Times A Week, Study FindsAccording to a new study, the average Millennial eats out five times a week, which significantly dents their savings.
Study: Young Millennials Are Worst Behaved DriversThe AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found 88 percent of young drivers engaged in at least one risky behavior behind the wheel in the past 30 days.
Amid Slow Growth & Student Loans, Millennials Urged To SaveIt's expensive being a millennial. A new stock market projection by Wall Street analysts shows a 4 percent gain for 2017. According to Bespoke Investment Group, that’s the lowest annual gain since 2005.
Study Finds Young Americans Living Home Highest Since WWIIA study found that 40% of young Americans are living home, the highest rate since World War II.

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