10 Trends Affecting Millennials
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10 Trends Affecting Millennials

August 8, 2013

Ashton Bridges

Millennials: who are they and why should we care? Sheer numbers, for one. Millennials -- the children of Baby Boomers -- comprise more than 80 million Americans born between the years 1980 and 2000. According to Joel Stein, author of the controversial TIME article 'The Me Me Me Generation', Millennials are the “most threatening and exciting generation since the baby boomers brought about social revolution.” As a strategic consultancy that serves some of the most reputable brands in America, we are intrigued by the influence this generation has on American culture.

Millennials: who are they and why should we care?

Sheer numbers, for one. Millennials, the children of Baby Boomers, comprise more than 80 million Americans born between the years 1980 and 2000. And according to Joel Stein, author of the controversial TIME article ‘The Me Me Me Generation’, Millennials represent the single biggest age grouping in American history. He also argues that Millennials are  the “most threatening and exciting generation since the baby boomers brought about social revolution.”

As a strategic consultancy that serves some of the most reputable brands in America, we are intrigued by the influence this generation has on American culture. Here are several Millennial trends we have been observing.

 

Ashton Bridges

Director, Client Development

As Director of Client Development, Ashton is a passionate brand advocate who serves as one of Kelton’s key client liaisons. She excels in crafting engagements that...

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