Do Millennials have it harder?
Every generation believes that it was tougher for them.
Millennials look enviously at the house price inflation of the 1980s and 1990s, defined benefit pension schemes and ‘jobs for life’.
However, new research shows that Millennials do have it tougher..
How do Millennials value education?
Millennial parents have high expectations for schools and want them to provide kids with core academic skills – and more. They view schools and teachers as being their partner in the work of raising their children to be self-sufficient, independent, confident young adults.
Which generation is arguably the most educated?
The ‘post-millennial’ generation is now age 6 to 21. Kids these days are unlike any America’s ever seen before. The post-millennial set, now ages 6 to 21, is poised to be the most diverse, most-educated generation yet, and is growing up amid the biggest average household incomes ever, the Pew Research Center concluded.
Where do the most educated Millennials live?
The top 10 cities where the most educated millennials live are below.San Jose, California — 55%San Francisco, California — 55% … Washington, DC — 54% … Hartford, Connecticut — 50% … New York, New York — 47% … Raleigh, North Carolina — 47% … Minneapolis-St. … Denver, Colorado — 46% of millennials are college graduates. … More items…•
How long will Millennials live?
Millennials might be labeled as entitled, but apparently they don’t feel entitled to a very long life! Only 30 percent of millennials expect to live to 85-100 years old compared to 43 percent of baby boomers.
What percent of Millennials are college educated?
More Millennials have a college degree than any other generation of young adults. In 2013, 47 percent of 25 to 34 year-olds received a postsecondary degree (associates, bachelor’s, or graduate degree) and an additional 18 percent had completed some postsecondary education, as Figure 6 shows.