The Millenial generation -- young adults between 18 and 29 years of age -- has made headlines as both a victim of its own apathy and the current state of the world. But the generation as a whole remains enigmatic. Millenials can't find jobs. They get married later than earlier generations. They live with their parents. They don't vote. They're not religious. They wait to have kids. So what actually matters to Millenials?
The Pew Research Center surveyed 2,020 young adults in January of this year to find out. Over the phone, they asked Millenials their attitudes regarding marriage, children, work and more. Below, see what milestones Millenials said mattered to them.
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