Posts Tagged ‘Canada’

Are things as bad for Millennials than in the past?

David joined Steve Paikin on The Agenda to discuss whether things are really worse for Millennials than for other generations. In the decision, he cited findings from an Abacus Data survey on Millennials.  You can find the results here. He also cited the results of a study published by the Toronto Star in 2007 on […]

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Can You Actually Teach A Millennial How To Do Social Media?

By: Dorie Clark Forbes Aug. 6, 2013 Go ahead, try to “teach” today’s typical college or graduate student how to use Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or Reddit. As Forbes’ Mark Fidelman reported last year, many graduate programs aren’t even trying – perhaps because of ossified course approval processes, which often take years to get new material into the […]

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Millennials And Anxiety: Is Generation Y Anxious?

By:  Aya Tsintziras The Huffington Post Canada July 26, 2013 High school English teacher Julia Arbuckle remembers the anxiety she felt when she was a student at the University of Toronto. “I was stressed because I was doing an arts degree,” she says, “and I thought, ‘How am I going to make it in life?’” Arbuckle, […]

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Savvy millennials get an early start on investing

By: Melissa Leong Financial Post July 22, 2013 Much is often made of the financial pressures that Millennials face. They have higher tuition costs and graduate with heavy student debts.  They face heftier housing prices and shrinking job opportunities. But in the face of that, Millennials are starting to invest for the future at a […]

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Connecting with Generation Y: Cummins Allison Provides Tips to Attract Younger Members

BusinessWire May 30, 2013 Generation Y, also known as millennials, makes up 26 percent of the Canadian population and is widely regarded as one of the most coveted market segments. Millennials are tech savvy multi-taskers that value convenience and personalized service. They’re also concerned about personal finance; Generation Y is more likely to feel there is […]

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Engaging With Millennial Customers Through Social Media

By: Hulya Aksu Huffington Post May 29, 2013 There’s been a ton of buzz in the media lately about the “Me, Me, Me Generation” of millennials. Tagged as being the most connected, they’re using their constant, real-time plug-in to technology to engage in an impressive social, global citizenship that, sense-of-entitlement be damned, we might want to pay attention […]

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Four tips for hiring the best millennial workers

By: Josh Tolan The Globe and Mail May 28, 2013 Millennials are the future of the work force. Today, about 40 million tech-savvy millennials have entered the job market and by 2025 that number will skyrocket to 75 million. If you’re looking in your company crystal ball, the odds are good you’re seeing millennial talent […]

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How Millennial Moms Are Changing Motherhood

By: Katherine Wintsch Huffington Post May 28, 2013 The old childhood cadence is familiar: “Sally and Johnny sitting in tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g…” For generations, the path to domestic bliss was pretty clearly mapped out for young women. Study hard, go to college, fall in love and get married. Check, check, check, check. Next up, buy a house in […]

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Life lessons for Generation ‘Why’

By: Emma Teitel Maclean’s May 21, 2013 New book teaches Millennials how to be grown-ups The news has two objectives: to report what’s just happened and to rehash, in the most sensational terms, what is apparently always happening. There’s the obesity beat, the what-gives-you-cancer beat, the housing-crash beat, and the most constant of these constants: the […]

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Young Minds: Millennials facing increased rates of stress compared to other generations

By: Allison Vuchnich and Carmen Chai Global News May 9, 2013 TORONTO — They may not have kids to feed, house mortgages to pay or a minivan, but Canada’s generation of the future is feeling the stress. Millennials — or those 18 to 33 years old — are feeling the weight of the world on their shoulders, more […]

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