generation y

How 20-Somethings Are Fighting Back A Bad Economy

Generation Y (ages 18-34) came of age in the worst economy since the Great Depression, yet we’re hopelessly optimistic about the future – because we’re adaptable. Here’s why our generation will make it, despite the odds.

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Twerking, Dating & ISIS: Life At Elite Daily

Elite Daily, an online news platform “for and by millennials,” with tens of millions of unique views each month, calls itself “The Voice of Generation Y.” Dena Takruri of AJ+ visits its headquarters in New York City to find out how a site featuring pieces like “Your Yoga Pants Can Actually Give You Butt Acne” and “What Your Favorite Alcohols Would Look Like If They Were On Tinder” can speak so well to the millennial (18-34) generation.