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Millennials and Gen Zers are crowdfunding on Venmo.

Millennials and Gen Zers are turning to an unlikely source in an attempt to crowdfund cash for everything from coffee to medical bills

Millennials and Gen Z are using payment app Venmo as a crowdfunding platform for rent, bills, and immigration fees, reported the Los Angeles Times.
High housing prices are pushing millennials out of the city and into the suburbs.

Millennials are following in baby boomers’ footsteps and heading for the suburbs — but there’s a key difference in how they’re...

Millennials are reviving the suburbs as they flee cities in search of more affordable housing, reported The Wall Street Journal.

Tech execs in $400 sneakers and Instagram influencers in $6,000 Louis Vuitton windbreakers: 5 ways wealthy millennials are turning to ‘uniforms&...

You can spot a rich millennial by what they're wearing — their outfits, all rooted in different forms of casual, act as a power and status symbol.
Luxury streetwear is popular among rich millennials.

High-end streetwear is the latest status symbol, and it shows just how powerful rich millennials are in the luxury industry

The streetwear subculture has been around for decades, but social media and millennials' preference for athleisure have brought it to the forefront.
Are you an unemployed millennial not seeking work? We want to hear from you.

An overwhelming number of unemployed millennials are actively not looking for work — help us find out why

Are you an unemployed millennial actively not seeking work? Please share your story with us in our survey.
More millennials are dying by drugs, alcohol, and suicide.

‘Deaths of despair’ are taking more lives of millennial Americans than any other generation

More millennials are dying "deaths of despair," according to a new report. Several reasons are fueling this increase, including financial burdens.
Millennial parents are using their kids as status symbols.

8 ways millennial parents are using their kids as status symbols

Wealthy millennials buy their children pricey accessories, invest in high-end childcare and education, and give them unique names.
The number of millennials living in San Francisco with their parents is on the rise.

20% of millennials in the US are living at home with their parents, and it’s a sign of how financially behind they are

It's common for American millennials to leave the nest later in life than previous generations because of today's high cost of living.
Millennials have less money than previous generations.

American millennials have an average net worth of $8,000 — and it’s part of a bigger financial problem the generation is facing

Millennials are financially behind other generations, thanks to increasing living costs and student-loan debt that makes it difficult to save.