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The birthrate in America has reached a low it hasn't seen in 32 years.

The US birthrate is the lowest it’s been in 32 years, and it’s partly because millennials can’t afford having kids

As millennials delay having kids for financial reasons, the US birthrate is at its lowest for the first time in 32 years, according to a CDC report.
Millennials are waiting longer to get married, and it's helping lower the divorce rate.

Why are millennials abandoning divorce? Sex, money, and their parents

Because many millennials fear divorce, they're taking more time to find the right partner and get their financial act together first.
The last of the millennials are graduating college in 2019.

2019 is the final class of millennial college graduates. Next stop: The Great American Affordability Crisis.

The last graduating millennials are walking into increased costs for college tuition, housing, healthcare, and childcare. What can be done about it?
Millennials are flaunting their wealthy lifestyles on dating apps — but not all is as it appears.

Millennials have less money than any other generation did at their age — but you’d never guess it from the way they’re flaunting the...

Millennials are showing off their wealth and status on dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge — but it's not all it appears to be.
Millennials think it takes almost $2 million to be wealthy, according to a recent survey.

Millennials think they know how much money it takes to be considered wealthy, and it’s well over $1 million

Millennials think it takes a personal net worth of nearly $2 million to be wealthy, according to Charles Schwab's 2019 Modern Wealth Survey.
Homeownership is declining across America, largely because of millennials.

Homeownership across America is on the decline for the first time since 2017, and millennials are partially to blame

For the first time since 2017, the US homeownership rate has fallen, reported The Wall Street Journal — and millennials are one of the driving forces.
Many millennials think they're going to be rich.

American millennials have less money than other generations did at their age — but studies show an alarming amount of them have delusional ideas...

Many American millennials think they'll be millionaires, according to several studies, but research shows a different reality.
Millennials really love their plants.

Millennials really love plants

Millennials are giving the plant industry life, Matthew Boyle for Bloomberg reported — and it's because they're delaying parenthood and love wellness.
The middle class is shrinking among millennials.

The middle class is disappearing in countries around the world, and it means millennials won’t have the same opportunities their parents did

The middle class is shrinking among millennials worldwide, Richard Partington for The Guardian reported, citing the OECD.
For some millennials, college wasn't worth the student-loan debt.

Nearly half of indebted millennials say college wasn’t worth it, and the reason why is obvious

Millennials still paying off their student-loan debt feel worse about having gone to college than millennials who have already paid of their debt.