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Millennials aren't incredibly worried about bank fraud -- but they should be. According to a 2014 Federal Trade Commission study, 20- to 29-year-olds are the highest reporting group for identity theft, making up a full fifth of complaints across all age brackets.
Just about everyone has an opinion about the millennial generation, which includes about 80 million people born between approximately 1982 and 2002. And, unfortunately, opinions aren't all positive.
“These results may be reflective of the impact the jobs crisis has had on Generation Y, which has struggled to find its footing
It's an unfortunate paradox that many of life's most momentous occasions are both the best of times and the worst of times
Just as the Boomer generation redefined what their parents handed off to them, we will too and already are -- just much more quickly and perhaps overtly than ever before given the transparency prompted by the Internet.
Do you feel like most of the kids at your school are stressed out? With mounting academic pressure and increasing competition
Turning 30 is a milestone in any woman's life, and it can be a source of considerable anxiety. The impending transition from
I believe that living from a place of understanding, openness and compassion for the millenniums will do more to alleviate their stress than any other solution. We need to break our silence and heal our isolation and connect with intention to support this generation.
When you start stressing about not finishing your project on time, your mind builds a case for why what you believe is going
First came the "Baby Boomers," then came "Generation X." The branding of the subsequent generation was less definitive, ping-ponging between "Generation Y" and "The Millennials." I'd like to add a third name: "Generation Stress." According to Stress in America, a study commissioned by the American Psychological Association, Millennials are the most stressed demographic. And it's reasonable to assume that higher levels of stress put the Millennials at higher risk for all sorts of destructive downstream consequences, from diabetes and obesity to anxiety and depression. Not surprisingly, work is one of the biggest causes of stress. The job numbers are grim, and even those lucky Millennials that land a decent job often face a workplace rife with destructive definitions of success. So here's hoping that as they advance through the ranks of the workplace, Millennials will do themselves -- and the generation after them (Generation Z?) -- a favor by redefining success.