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29-year-old Lobsang Tayang is one of several millennial monks who are rejuvenating Buddhism in Mongolia.

Inside the lives of Mongolia’s ‘millennial monks,’ who play basketball, pray for 12 hours a day, and visit the outside world only tw...

In Mongolia, today's millennial generation is the first to come of age since democracy was introduced, and young monks are finding a new set of challenges to keep their religion alive.
Millennials spend an average $110 a month on Uber in San Francisco.

Here’s how much millennials spend on Uber and Lyft in major US cities every month

Between Uber and Lyft, millennials are spending upwards of $100 a month on ridesharing services in some cities. Money-managing app Empower surveyed 50,000 users across the US to determine how much millennials pay for Uber and Lyft a month in 29 cities.
Millennials loved their brands when they were teens. Gen Zs don't really care.

Millennials love their brands, Gen Zs are terrified of college debt, and 6 other ways Gen Zs and millennials are totally different

100 Gen Zs shared what they think makes them different from millennials, and a few trends were clear. Gen Zs believe themselves to be social justice-minded and more dependent on technology than Millennials.
Alaska has the biggest gap between typical baby boomer and millennial income.

Here’s how much more the typical baby boomer makes than the typical millennial in every US state

Business Insider recently took a look at how income varies for different generations between states, and found that baby boomers make more than millennials across the board. Here's by how much.
When it comes to wealth, millennials prefer to use it for purposeful and idealistic goals.

Rich people of different ages prefer to spend their money in vastly different ways

Millennials, Gen X, and baby boomers all prioritize their long-term wealth goals differently, according to Boston Private's 2018 "The Why of Wealth Report." While millennials focus on idealistic and purposeful goals, older generations focus on personal and family-oriented goals.
Millennials, Gen X, and baby boomers all have something in common when it comes to wealth.

Rich people tend to view money the same way, no matter how old they are — with one big exception

Millennials, Gen X, and baby boomers all have something in common: They view wealth as a source of emotional well-being, rather than a means of obtaining material goods, according to a new report from Boston Private. Still, there's one exception among generations.

Young people today are having fewer babies than older generations because kids are just too expensive

Kids are so expensive that Americans are having fewer of them than ever before. According to a survey commissioned by The New York Times, many people are worried about the cost of starting a family.
Ally Bank was rated best bank for millennials and best online bank by Kiplinger.

The best bank for millennials doesn’t even have a brick-and-mortar

Ally Bank, which is online only, was rated the best bank for millennials by Kiplinger. With no monthly maintenance fees, no minimum balances, and competitive APYs, it offers benefits that some traditional banks lack.

Lonely millennials are at a greater risk of developing anxiety and depression — but the reasons for their isolation are unclear

Isolation can affect many parts of our lives, but millennials are at a particularly high risk of loneliness. There are several reasons for why they are the age group most at risk, such as increased social media use — but it's complicated.
Millennials value both travel and brunch.

Here’s how many brunches you’d have to skip to afford a weekend away with your friends

Would you trade in avocado toast for a weekend getaway? HomeAway's first ever Brunch Index took a look at how many brunches a millennial would have to give up to pay for a group weekend trip to 12 popular US vacation spots, from San Diego to Charleston.