The Millennial Generation
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May 27th, 2020
a Gen-Z-girl on a bed
By: Liberty McArtor – stream.org –  April 27, 2020 People graduating college this spring might not get jobs. Young adults who’ve just started their careers may lose their jobs. Many already have. High school students are left in the lurch, not sure when they’ll go back to school, or whether any of their dreams will pan out the way they planned. The...
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April 23rd, 2020
depressed woman
By: Annie Lowrey – theatlantic.com – April 13, 2020 Hello, lost generation. The Millennials entered the workforce during the worst downturn since the Great Depression. Saddled with debt, unable to accumulate wealth, and stuck in low-benefit, dead-end jobs, they never gained the financial security that their parents, grandparents, or even older siblings enjoyed. They are now entering their peak earning years in...
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March 19th, 2020
gen-z-ers
By: Shane Pruitt – shanepruitt.com – September 5, 2019 Often, when you hear an “expert” speak or write about reaching a particular generation, it will inevitably be someone from an older generation. For example, you’ll have a Baby Boomer or Generation X’er talking about how to connect with Millennials or Gen Z. In no way am I saying this is an...
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March 19th, 2020
Okay, boomer. t-shirt
By: Tony Morgan – tonymorganlive.com – February 25, 2020 You can’t reach the next generation of young adults without being a church for young adults. That’s right. The 1990s called, and they want their Sunday services back. I just counted them up. Last year the team at The Unstuck Group conducted “secret shopper” experiences at 65 different churches across the country....
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November 5th, 2019
Millennials at work
By: Kerby Anderson – probe.org – March 6, 2011 Introduction The Millennial generation is a group of young people whose birth years range from 1980 to 2000. This generation is actually just slightly larger than the Baby Boom generation (born from 1946 to 1964). Nearly 78 million Millennials were born between 1980 and 2000. Millennials are already having an impact...
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October 29th, 2019
2 girls in skeleton face paint
By: Ed Zwim – nypost.com – October 28, 2019 Welcome to a boo-tiful new world. Halloween used to be an occasion to spook your neighbors in person, with costume and candy sales driven by trick-or-treaters and/or those looking to make the scene at parties and clubs. But even as Halloween continues to generate strong retail revenue, not only is the shopping...
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October 29th, 2019
Kanye West stylized
By: The Ringer Staff – theringer.com – October 25, 2019 Kanye West has risen—12 hours late, but who’s keeping track?—and, after cruising through his new 27-minute album, the Ringer staff divulges their first impressions After multiple delays and the literal scrapping of an entire album, Kanye West has returned on this good Friday (get it?) with his new record, Jesus Is King. It’s...
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August 30th, 2019
Out of work college students
By: Annie Lowrey – theatlantic.com – August 26, 2019 The trade war is dragging on. The yield curve is inverting. Investors are fleeing to safety. Global growth is slowing. The stock market is dipping. The Millennials are screwed. Recessions are never good for anyone. A sputtering economy means miserable financial, emotional, and physical-health consequences for everyone from infants to retirees. But the...
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August 14th, 2019
Marty-Sampson, worship leader
By: Michael Brown – stream.org – August 12, 2019 Update: The Christian Post reported on Tuesday that Sampson responded to Brown’s column, clarifying he hasn’t lost his faith, but it’s “on incredibly shaky ground.” I just read the news that Marty Sampson, a popular Hillsong song writer, is leaving the faith. In his words, “I’m genuinely losing my faith … and...
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August 12th, 2019
womam gleefully texting
By: Edward C. Baig – usatoday.com – August 12, 2019 Trying to break free of the constant lure of your smartphone could make you feel like Michael Corleone in “The Godfather Part III”: “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.” Bill Johnson tried taking a break. The 46-year-old sales director from Marion, Iowa, stopped using social media for 30...
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