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Generation Y attitudes

Zofia Koch doesn’t own a car, and she doesn’t seem to miss it. “The last time I was excited about a car was high school,” the
At 14, Sonia Van Burgsteden was unhappy with her body. She would look enviously at her sister’s generous bust and dream about
Data and graphics compiled by Jeff Fraser; text by Daniel Tencer. It’s a common assumption that when it comes to careers
Earlier this week we launched Asking Y, our series looking at Canada's Millennial Generation. In our kick-off piece we brought
The vast majority of millennials value homeownership and want to buy a home, but they are less certain on where they want
Sociologists couldn’t do better than Bram Warshafsky, 23, as a model for the attitude shift toward home ownership that they
2012-11-19-slavkoaskingybanner.jpg Millennials are coming of age, the oldest within the cohort born after 1981 have reached their 30th birthday, a staggering five million of them are adults. Media coverage typically mentions them in terms of its emerging political clout, their impact on the work place or how they are marketed to. Millennials gets the side-show treatment as most day-to-day coverage is aimed at Gen Xers and Baby Boomers. We've set out to change that. Today, we launch our series Asking Y, a long-term commitment from HuffPost Canada and AOL Canada to report on Generation Y, Millennials, Echo Boomers or those I'll simply refer to as those 30 and younger.
2012-11-19-slavkoaskingybanner.jpg Within the next decade people in my generation are going to drive the work force, determine government policy and take on greater responsibility within the Canadian economy. By 2020 Millennials will make up over 40 per cent of working-aged Canadians. Here is what's keeping us up at night...
The Huffington Post Canada polled 1,004 Canadians aged 18-30 to get a sense of what matters to Generation Y, also known as
Millennials in Canada face challenges such as jobs and debt. Most millennials are not married, but most believe in the institution