WASHINGTON — Marriage doesn’t work for millennials — that’s the opinion of one columnist for Asbury Park Press in New Jersey. Anthony D’Ambrosio’s recent column “5 reasons we can’t handle marriage anymore” caused quite a social media…
WASHINGTON — As millennials embark on their search for the perfect college, new research suggests several places in the D.C. area are some of the most appealing. A ranking by college search website, OnlineColleges.com, found that D.C.,…
WASHINGTON — Hotel giant Marriott is hoping its new concept for teeny-tiny, trendy hotel rooms proves to budget-conscious millennials that the smaller the room, the bigger the perks. Marriott, which is based in Bethesda, is rolling…
As the millennial generation ages, they are unlikely to change their transportation habits much and politicians should take note and begin planning for a major shift in how America gets around, according to a new study of millennial driving trends.
For most Americans, cash is king when it comes to small
purchases, but a new report finds that younger spenders are leaning toward using
plastic for purchases.
Follow these tips, and you won\’t have to keep turning to mom and dad for a little help.
A new survey is leading some experts to say millennials are not
making the best choices when it comes to their long-term investments.
Pizza Hut is introducing a new product that will satisfy your
According to a new Gallup poll, millennials and seniors feel good about their appearance.
The millennial generation is the largest generation, and D.C. is the most popular U.S. city for millennials.
It\’s the season of college graduations and a new batch of
degree-holding millennials are looking for positions in a competitive job market. Here are some tips to help them land a job and keep it.
For millennials, the \”American Dream\” of having a good job, owning a home and saving for retirement is more like a nightmare. Here are five steps to get on track.
Despite having a degree in hand, employers cite a lack of work ethic, hard skills and preparedness for their reluctance in hiring millennials
fresh out of college, according to a new study.
Millennials are coming up with new, creative ways to make money in a struggling economy.
Montgomery County is trying to make itself more appealing to a younger generation. And a task forced charged with targeting millennials has finalized its proposals.