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Vicky Spratt explains why this might be. "If you're a conservative when you're young, you have no heart...However, in 2013 the polling company Ipsos Mori, along with think tank Demos, released the Generation Strains report which undermined the idea
A screeengrab from a YouTube video of Ellen Degeneres's commencement speech at Tulane University in 2009. YouTube Multimedia The inaugural graduates from North Korea's first foreign-funded and foreign-staffed university have collected their degrees.
My son started his first job in the chemistry field a year ago, right out of college, and was seemingly successful at it until the day he quit. He enjoyed his co-workers and travel, but wanted a job with less sales and more science...He can't sustain
Generation Y is often painted as a bunch of over-educated, binge-drinking technology junkies who lack life experience...After surveying 1223 young New Zealanders, market researchers Colmar Brunton found diversity was the one thing Gen-Yers had in
Jasmine Thompson's Acoustic Drop Your Guard Video: Idolator Premiere Londoner Jasmine Thompson has more eyes and ears turned her way than most 13 year olds do. The budding singer found fame the way many millennials have in recent years: by posting
The hotel world is, both literally and figuratively, under renovation, showcasing design changes and new launches said to be inspired by the millennial generation, generally those born between the late 1970s and 2000. Formal lobbies look more like
A survey of 1,000 people aged 18-67 reveals that Millennials are more likely than older travellers to seek out hotels with luxury services such as dry cleaning (32 per cent), massage or spa services (30 per cent) and pet-friendliness (23 per cent).
In my time there, two of the company's talented young engineers both Millennials, in their 20s left in favor of working for completely virtual companies. They wanted to be able to work from wherever they happened to be, and said they didn't
Share this article Younger Americans are focused on their immediate needs: making rent payments, moving out of their parents' homes, digging out from under a mountain of student-loan debt or simply trying to find a job. But they'd better start
I'm not particularly worried about finding a job," says 21-year-old Alex Miller, who graduated last month from Florida State University with a bachelor's degree in information and communication technology. He plans to do website development and