Millennials Will Reshape the Economy

Millennials may have more in common with their Depression-era grandparents than with their Baby Boomer parents when it comes to deciding how to spend and take risks.

October 11, 2016

This Los Angeles Times story looks at the impact that Millennials will have on the economy given that this group of adults under 35 years old came of age during the worst crisis since the Great Depression. That experience will shape decisions they will make about spending, risk taking, and owning a home.

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