News and Articles About Millennials
On Monday, Taco Bell launched its first ever dollar menu, with advertising that looked as cheap as the tacos.
With the Gen Y generation being an influential bunch, brands need to focus on two things to get their attention.
Chicken Fries are making a triumphant return at Burger King, two years after being taken off the menu.
To ensure your career doesn't hit a dead end, make sure you anticipate industry moves and catch the next big wave.
Don't just blame the Millennials. The struggle between the status quo and young up-and-comers is ageless, and important.
Millennials can be a fickle bunch. Here are three strategies you need to be using to market your content to this demographic.
Sixty-eight percent of millennials would sacrifice a work friendship in order to get a promotion, according to a new survey by LinkedIn.
The most successful people in business are those who identify good ideas early, adapt fast and work with the best.
Millennials crave purpose, growth and connection, and it has to be real.
Gen Yers are demonstrating strong new interests. Entrepreneurs would be wise to take notice.
Gen Yers dont respond to the advertising strategies that worked for their grandparents, boomers or Gen X.
Peoples relationship with their finances may eventually become intricately tied to their phones.
Never mind the stereotypes about Gen Y. Young people will at times act young.
A new survey explores what motivates employees aged 20 to 33. Entrepreneurs looking to attract, hire and hold onto top talent would be wise to take notice.
Theyre the fastest growing demographic in the workplace and they want to hear how they're doing.
A recent study found that Millennials are holding more than half of their assets in cash, making them as financially conservative as the World War II generation.
Embrace a philosophy that encourages real-time collaboration and participation so your company will be a healthy player.
7-Eleven has mason jars, TGI Fridays has food trucks and Taco Bell has too many ironic products to name. Here's what's fueling the hipster takeover.
Consider these four ways to recruit (and retain) great Gen Y talent before the competition lures it away.
Millennials bring energy, fresh ideas and familiarity with modern technology. Hiring and training them now may pay off in spades down the road.
It's not unheard of for food trucks to move to brick-and-mortar locations. Chains becoming food trucks, however, is a more unique proposition.
So long, stodgy resumes. This startup encourages job seekers to show some personality.
Executive coach Sally Hogshead says the key to distinguishing yourself from the pack is in becoming 'more of who you already are.'
A confab that drew lots of youthful women in business provides lessons on how to tailor your event to attract millennials.
More and more millennials want to be entrepreneurs, but few describe franchising as their dream business. Here's how Subway is trying to change that.
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