Hiring and keeping Millennials in the workforce these days seem to have less to do with money, and more to do with helping them live a healthy and balance lifestyle. In an article written by Alan Kohll on forbes.com, he said that companies will keep millennial age employees longer if they focus on creating … More Wellness Keeps Millennials in the Workforce
Picture When it came to Millennials electing “their” president this November, they made one dangerous assumption: that enough of their fellow Millennials would vote to tip the scales in their favor. Exit poll data from the New York Times shows that while Hilary Clinton did capture more of the Millennials who voted, there simply weren’t … More The Outcome of the Battle: Election Results 2016
How do Millennials decide what to have for dinner these days? New trends show it’s necessarily by going to grocery store. As Millennials turn to more e-commerce options and Baby Boomers become empty nesters, new data shows a huge shift in traditional grocery shopping habits. An article published by the Wall Street Journal says that … More Millennials and the Grocery Store
CNN Image As the battle for the Presidency continues, both Trump and Hillary are in a loosing battle with the nations most coveted group of voters: the ever elusive Millennials. A new poll showed that neither presidential candidate is receiving overwhelming support from Millennials because they show a general lack of interest in the election … More The Presidential Battle for Millennials
An article in the Rolling Stone from August 2016 said that NBC blamed millennials for low ratings of their coverage of the Olympics. NBC covered the 2016 Summer Olympic games in Rio on their station this summer. Despite the traditionally high volume for Olympic view, NBC saw a 17% drop in prime-time viewers and a … More Low Ratings Caused by Millennials?