millennial

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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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Every tenant was quite sure things would be different when the reins got into his hands--there was to be a millennial abundance of new gates, allowances of lime, and returns of ten per cent.
It is one of those old, old towns which impress one as a continuation and outgrowth of nature, as much as the nests of the bower-birds or the winding galleries of the white ants; a town which carries the traces of its long growth and history like a millennial tree, and has sprung up and developed in the same spot between the river and the low hill from the time when the Roman legions turned their backs on it from the camp on the hillside, and the long-haired sea-kings came up the river and looked with fierce, eager eyes at the fatness of the land.
As a millennial, I am part of the "burnout generation." Millennials account for about 27 percent of the Canadian population and represent those born in the 1980s and 1990s.
The Honest Company provides an illustrative example of an internet startup founded by a millennial parent for millennial parents who share these concerns.
As a millennial RN myself, I have seen articles and heard conversations that portray millennials as fragile, not well invested in their workplaces, or even as "flight risks." While a geographically flexible lifestyle is attractive to this ultimately diverse and energetic generation, there are several strengths we uniquely bring to the nursing profession.
Whether you are adding a millennial advisory firm or just hiring a millennial advisor, the success of your relationship will largely depend on your understanding of how to train millennials.
'I find myself half-classified as a millennial mom and half not.
Commenting on the findings, Joe Tyrell, executive vice president of corporate strategy at Ellie Mae, said, "When women are listed as the primary borrower on a millennial loan, 61 percent of them are single.
And if a Millennial employee isn't feeling inspired by their work, employers shouldn't expect them to stay with the company out of a sense of loyalty.
Half of companies surveyed reported that the average salary for a millennial is between $30,000 and $50,000; 15 percent say the average salary is $50,000 or greater.
If a millennium is 1,000 years, is a millennial one in a thousand?
For example, the 1640s in England witnessed the first publication of a millennial text in English.
Like the Julian calendar that simply counts days from a zero year, a millennial clock could count seconds from the millennial year.
When all millennial ages have been computed and checked, have each student complete a Millennial Age certificate (see fig.
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