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Welcome to Dating for Millennials, where the love-struck lad tossing pebbles at a balcony window has been replaced by the text message "Hey, wanna hang out?" "Things are just different than they used to be," says Amber Cedroni, a 25-year-old beauty-
Subscribe Now In this food-themed roundup, we talk to Starbucks' CMO via Instagram, look at the evolution of Snickers tagline and discuss Food & Wine's launch of a new brand for the food-obsessed youth. Links: Starbucks CMO Answers 3 Questions via
Archive Recent Posts This word has appeared in 83 New York Times articles in the past year. Read more In this interdisciplinary lesson, we explore ways in which humanity is learning to cope with shortages or threats to water, a vital element of life.
This is as true for Gen Y as it was for previous generations, although, in general, Gen Y employees are more likely to leave companies. The reasons can range from pay to mismatch with work/life goals. However, in every case, having a great manager
Millennial Rules in Luxury The Majority love wearing hoodies, t-shirts and jeans as a staple, they will check out reviews online before making a purchase according to the Luxury Institute. They certainly have no problem paying premium price for
08 Washington: A new study from Fortinet reportedly shows that security and privacy behavior differs significantly with varying generation. Fortinet surveyed 150 Gen-X users and 150 Millenials with an equal number of male and female respondents.
Archive Recent Posts Do you agree with a recent Times article that says, though many believe that millennials are growing up in a colorblind society, racial tensions are playing out in new ways among young adults?...Read more What examples does this
Honest University depicts college as exactly what it is versus what it's supposed to be. College is supposed to lead to a degree, a job and then money but really it only leads to the degree part these days. The video humorously points out how you
Millennials watch more video content than any previous generation...And while this sounds like great news for advertisers, the trouble is, millennials aren't watching video content on their living room TVs anymore. YuMe conducted a study that tracked
Except that in pointing generational fingers, of course, one has to start at home: with my own generation, the Baby Boomers...Even as Boomers wallowed in the glories that were the films of the 1970s, we took all the wrong lessons from them.