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A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
A Guide to Milliennials
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A Guide to Milliennials
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A Guide to Milliennials

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A quick view of the Millennial generation. For a deep dive, visit the Pew Research Center or check out Generation We, by Greenberg and Weber.

A quick view of the Millennial generation. For a deep dive, visit the Pew Research Center or check out Generation We, by Greenberg and Weber.

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    • 1. hi. nice to meet you, millennial
    • 2. 80 million 27% of united states 1980-2000 38% are not white
    • 3.  
    • 4. the first “ planned” generation grew up during the wealth of the 1990’s
    • 5.  
    • 6. “ unique & distinct” 63% see themselves as unique from other generations
    • 7.  
    • 8. “ i’m special” days were filled with social activities and special interests every move was rewarded and congratulated
    • 9.  
    • 10. “ technology is extension of self” first generation with an upper hand on their parents - inherent feeling of being the “smartest person in the room”
    • 11. life is not digital and analog it is fluid
    • 12. … and there are no boundaries
    • 13.  
    • 14. 51% admit that their most important goal in life is to “ become famous” 81% say it’s to become rich
    • 15.  
    • 16. is it any wonder we kind of hate them?
    • 17. but they are not strangers to adversity life has not been kind
    • 18.  
    • 19.  
    • 20. divorce 38% have experienced the heartbreak of a broken family at home…
    • 21.  
    • 22. violence 12 students died in the columbine massacre 32 students died in the virginia tech massacre
    • 23.  
    • 24. terror mumbai madrid london iraq afghanistan georgia
    • 25.  
    • 26. declining health 50% will be diagnosed with cancer 1 in 3 will develop diabetes
    • 27.  
    • 28. debt first generation to do economically worse than their parents national debt they inherit will be over 10 trillion dollars
    • 29.  
    • 30. global warming um, the planet is melting
    • 31. but there is hope
    • 32. top 10 causes important to them health & disease education equality hunger environment aids drugs poverty disaster relief human rights
    • 33.  
    • 34. 61% feel personally responsible for making a difference in the world
    • 35. 81% of 13-to-25 year olds volunteered in the past year 2/3 of college freshmen believe it’s essential to help others
    • 36.  
    • 37. differences make us stronger more than any other generation, 67% believe immigrants strengthen america 89% welcome interracial dating
    • 38.  
    • 39. social acceptance 61% believe gay couples should be allowed to adopt children 6 in 10 believe homosexuality should be accepted by society
    • 40.  
    • 41. democratic & positive 66% of 18-29 year olds voted for obama 64% disagree that the government is inefficient (in comparison to only 38% of 26+)
    • 42.  
    • 43. brand conscious 74% are more likely to pay attention to a company’s message when they see that the company has a deep commitment to a cause 69% consider a company’s social/environmental commitment when deciding where to shop 89% are likely or very likely to switch from one brand to another if the second brand is associated with a good cause
    • 44. they are the next generation and hopefully our saving grace why should you care?
    • 45. appendix
    • 46. references
      • Magid Associates, “The Politics of the Millennial Generation,” March 2006. Available at http://www.newpolitics.net/sites/ndn-newpol.civicactions.net/files/MillennialGenerationPolitics.pdf (report).
      • Pew Research Center, “Report: A Portrait of Generation Next,” released January 2007.
      • Gen Next Survey interviews conducted September 6 – October 2, 2006. Available at http://people-press.org/reports/pdf/300.pdfhttp://people-press.org/reports/questionnaires/300.pdf (questionnaire). (report);
      • “ Background on the Millennial Generation.” February 2007. Available at http://www.youngvoterstrategies.org/index.php?tg=fileman&idx=get&inl=1&id=1&gr=Y&path=Factsheets&file=Background+on+the+Millennial+Generation.pdf
      • US Census
      • Generation We, Eric Greenberg with Carl Weber 2007
      • Millennials Rising, Howe and Strauss 2006

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