Millennials

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3 Ways to Market Effectively to Different Generations

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How to Market to Millennials in 2019

Here's a hint: Milliennials are no longer kids.

How to Handle Internal Communication With a Young Staff

Making sure you and your youthful charges are on the same page.

3 Tips to Keep Millennials Engaged

They may seem fickle, but they're also a crucial customer base.

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The term millennials refers to the generation born between the early 1980s and early 2000s. Whether marketing to millennials or hiring them, it can help to understand this generation’s typically-accepted characteristics: They are digital natives, they have a desire for social impact and they face a higher level of student debt and unemployment than other recent generations.