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millennial

An individual of the generation whose members were born between roughly 1980 and 2000. Ever since millennials started moving into our town, every other building is a yoga studio or a coffee shop.

millennial pink

A light shade of pink that became especially trendy in 2017. "Millennial" refers to the generation whose members were born between roughly 1980 and 2000. I think a millennial pink accent wall would look great in here, don't you?
See also: millennial, pink
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Though that's still true of some millennial advisors, these professionals also know that their skills are much sought after.
Organizations that are willing to engage and empower Millennials to transform, disrupt and innovate from within will find untapped sources of value from both an employer and a retailer perspective.
Here the author goes on to discuss aspects such as the "depth vs breadth" of millennial relationships and other such topics that have been the subject of major debate in the recent past.
At the The SM Store where she works, millennial customers are known to be heavily reliant on social media influencers, following what they see others are doing or wearing, Cua observed.
While Millennial with less than one year on the job are as highly engaged as managers, the level dropped sharply for those with one to three years of experience, before returning to year-one levels after seven years.
Thirty-one percent of millennial women expected to still be working at age 70, compared with just 22% of millennial men who thought they would be working at that age.
In other findings, the report sorted the top metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) by the percentage of millennial loans that were closed in those markets.
March data from the Millennial Tracker showed that women were listed as the primary borrower on 31 percent of closed loans.
For businesses, this suggests that half of their millennial workforce doesn't see a future with them.
Millennial are the shining stars of today's marketplace but when it comes to snacking--which is all the rage in the food industry--it's Boomers who shine, according to The NPD Group.
I recently came across a series titled, "Millennial Parents," and it made me realize educators have been strategizing about the best way to work with Millennial students, but we now must reframe the conversation; today's Millennial, currently between the ages 18-33, are now parents themselves.
Millennial Fandom: Television Audiences in the Transmedia Age
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By staying within those parameters, millennial car shoppers who wanted to finance an auto purchase would be limited to vehicles priced under $20,000.
The inducement awards consist of an aggregate of 16,000 options to purchase shares of Millennial Media common stock granted to five new hires, 50,000 restricted stock units of Millennial Media common stock specifically negotiated in connection with the hire of another individual, and 350,000 restricted stock units of company stock specifically negotiated in connection with the hire of another individual.