Gen Y

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Gen Y

A popular term that describes the demographic cohort following Generation X, which has been variously defined as corresponding to those born between the mid-1970s up to the early 2000s. They are also known as the Echo Boomers, given that many of them are children of baby boomers.
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While the millennial generation holds no definitive threshold, Dimock settled with 1996 as a meaningful cutoff for analytical purposes due to political, economic and social factors that defined the generation's formative years.
The poll data shows that 32% of millennials have visited Asia at least once, as compared to 26% for non-millennials.
Consider: Forty-seven percent of millennials surveyed had $15,000 or more in savings, and 16% had $100,000 or more in savings, compared with only 33% and 8%, respectively, in a 2015 survey.
As millennials gravitate towards more inclusive settings that bring people together and create a more immersive experience, they look to adaptive buildings to facilitate this type of environment both in a public and private setting.
Millennials grew up dissecting volumes of data via their Facebook, Instagram, other social media, and Internet searches.
The truth is that millennials value financial advice more than other generations -- so much so that they actually are willing to pay for advice.
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It is interesting to note that Millennials are almost as likely to own their home as they are to rent.
Seven in ten US Millennials (70% vs 63% of US Gen Xers), defined as those born between 1980 and 1996, said that a C-Suite role is attractive to them -- the highest among the four countries surveyed.
Understanding Millennial Psychology focuses on the building blocks of the millennials psyche.
Millennials are active listeners of music streaming services and are 21% more likely to frequently choose songs than to let the music play without making changes.