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10 teenagers who are probably making more money than you

You don't need to be an "adult" to turn a profit — some teens are already building and running their own businesses and making money.

20 things that were way harder before the internet

People like to think of the past as "a simpler time," but was it really? Here are 20 things that were definitely not easier back in the day.
While texting and Instagram unsurprisingly reign supreme, it's interesting to note how many emails these kids are getting, too.

A teacher documented every notification her students received during class, and it’s a startling look at how distracted teens are by their phone...

The teacher's experiment showed just how many times students received a notification, and the sheer number is shocking.
The youths love astrology.

Yes, it’s true, 20-somethings really love astrology

According to a recent INSIDER Poll, astrology is particularly popular among young people right now. That’s not surprising.
Millennials are poorer than earlier generations — and it's making a massive difference.

Sales of nonalcoholic booze are on the rise — and it reveals a dark truth about social-media surveillance culture

Millennials and Gen Zers are drinking less, in part because of fears related to losing control and having the evidence shared on social media.
Generation Z is wasting no time in their pursuit to become homeowners.

Nearly 80% of Gen Z wants to own a home by age 30 — here’s how much they need to save monthly to buy a house in America’s biggest ci...

Gen Zers, the group of Americans born between 1998 and 2016, are eager to become homeowners. Here's how much it'll take to buy their first house.
Generation Z is wasting no time in their pursuit to become homeowners.

Nearly 80% of Gen Z wants to own a home by age 30 — here’s how much they need to save monthly to buy a house in America’s biggest ci...

Gen Zers, the group of Americans born between 1998 and 2016, are eager to become homeowners. Here's how much it'll take to buy their first house.
Work-from-home is a given. Retirement benefits, maybe not.

Most millennials and Gen Zs have never experienced a recession during their careers, and an economist says it’s changing the way people act at w...

Glassdoor chief economist Andrew Chamberlain said younger workers feel comfortable asking for perks that older generations may not have.