Millennials And Money: Habits In Personal Finance [INFOGRAPHIC]

Millennials And Money: Habits In Personal Finance [INFOGRAPHIC]

Arguably the most significant transition the world faces is a demographic sea change. The Baby Boomers are retiring and the Millennials (born 1981-2000) are taking the baton and running.

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This group is the largest North American generation in history, and we’ve talked about their investing and money habits before. Today’s infographic is based on looking at over 100 surveys of Millennials in 2014, and it reveals a great deal about their habits in personal finance.

H/T Visual Capitalist

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Millennials And Money: Habits In Personal Finance

Millennials And Money Infographic

Infogarphic source: Consolidated Credit

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  1. The stat about having a job that has “a positive social impact” is simply proof that young people are naive. And since everyone was young once, I’m talking about everyone. Once you get a mortgage and kids, you care more about the paycheck and less about what you did to get the paycheck.

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