Millennials

A friction will inevitably start to rub, one that perhaps taps into an already simmering generational divide, writes Marisa Bate.
There’s a noticeable absence of chocolate-dipped strawberries in most people’s panic-cupboard, writes Becky Kleanthous
For every plan that falls through, there’s a schmuck behind the scenes who’s wasted a lot of time and energy.
These are the defining characteristics of today's youngest generation, according to demographers and other experts.
More than half of younger employees report having a mental illness – but ‘snowflake’ stigma is preventing them from seeking help at work.
Aberdeen recorded the biggest fall in rent prices.
Even in the least complicated of circumstances, divorce is one of the most complicated things you will ever do.
A new Fujifilm exhibition celebrates what matters most to millennials … and there’s not an avocado in sight.
After years of being called lazy, entitled and obsessed with avocado toast, Millennials don’t have the best reputation. Born between 1984 and 1996, Millennials came of age as the world connected to the internet, personal computers came into homes and mobile phones connected them to a new phenomenon called social media. But millennials entered the workforce around the 2008 recession, and spent the beginnings of their adult lives during years of wage stagnation, rising housing costs and have not been able to save much for their retirement.
"Homeownership is at risk of becoming the preserve of only the wealthiest young buyers."