America is running out of everything in 2021: houses, workers, and all kinds of goods. It could usher in a better economy — and a new American Dream.
Some childless adults don't want to parent because it's too expensive. But more than half of those unlikely to have kids just don't want them.
Author Parag Khanna says trailer homes are a "symbol of the new American mobility." It's also typical millennial lemonade made out of economic lemons.
Millennials' top brands include social media companies, fast-food chains, and streaming services, according to data compiled by Comparably.
The Bank of America analysts pointed to rising sales of pregnancy tests and higher birth rates as evidence a baby boom was imminent.
Older generations don't understand just how much harder it is for millennials and younger generations to build wealth.
Both Gen Z and millennials crave flexibility and a work-life balance. Millennials paved the path, but pandemic enabled Gen Z to finish the work.
Gen Z and millennial investors remain cryptocurrency’s core evangelists, even amid market volatility and crashes, new data shows.
Gen Z's entry into the workforce has brought a whole new set of workplace norms. And if Gen Zers don't like a job, they're not afraid to leave it.
High housing prices will be the "norm" until builders catch up on supply as millennials continue to drive a housing frenzy, an economist told Insider.
With fewer expenses, from student debt to eating out, millennials were able to save thousands, per a New York Life survey.
LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky said the Great Resignation is more like a "Great Reshuffle." Gen Z and millennials are switching jobs at high rates.
It all started with a 1798 "pompkin" pie recipe. Then came Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte.
Baby boomers and millennials are in a housing war. A Zillow report lays out how boomers are winning, and it's really not even close.
Homes today are expensive. So is being single. It's left some millennials combining their savings with friends to buy a house together.
Many millennial women are seeking out more sustainable options than fast-fashion as they return to work or socializing - and striking out.
Spanish President Pedro Sanchez hopes that paying young people to move out of their parents' home will solve the country's rental problems.