Millennials lie the most on resumes – here are the most common fibs

Job hunting mistakes you’re probably making, warns Korn Ferry CEO He’s an executive recruiting guru and best-selling author of “Lose the Resume, Land the Job,” Korn Ferry International CEO George Burnison says you are job hunting all wrong. From key resume tips to the best way to interview, Burnison lays out some must-hear advice for job seekers. Applying, let alone […]

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Carol Roth: Millennials need a dose of reality

Millennials more stressed than the average person: report A new study shows many millennial stressors center around smartphones. Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer reacts to the generation’s ‘participation trophy mentality.’ Under President Trump, things are going very well in America. After experiencing 2.9% economic growth in 2018, we are currently enjoying structurally low unemployment, with historic lows for people of […]

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Kennedy: Millennials should be concerned about poverty or war, not breaking their phone screens

Millennials should be more concerned about poverty than breaking their phone screens: Kennedy FBN’s Kennedy says millennials are more concerned about breaking their phone screens than poverty or war. You know I'm a fan of good old fashioned generational warfare, because as a Gen X'er I'm sandwiched in between some doozies. Boomers gave birth to millennials, and when an army […]

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Gutfeld on millennials’ stresses

A new study of 2,000 millennials finds that a third believe their lives are more stressful than the average person’s. And 60 percent feel life is more stressful than ever before. OK, kids. To hold those opinions, you cannot have been alive or cognizant during world wars, terror attacks, crime waves, killer diseases, when Jimmy Carter was president, the Cuban […]

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Guinness Wants Beer-Wary Americans to Know Its Stout’s Not Heavy

Attention millennials: Guinness isn’t a heavy beer. That’s the message that the alcohol giant Diageo Plc is trying to hammer home in the U.S. as it seeks to boost its beer business, which is mainly Guinness, the 260-year-old Irish stout whose rich, dark color wrongly suggests that it’s packed with calories. That misperception is a stumbling block in a market […]

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Millennials and American Dream of homeownership: Don't count them out

NY Democrats push for surcharge on part-time homes worth over $5M PwC Partner Mitch Roschelle on the push for a second-home tax in New York and the state of the housing market. The U.S. housing market is alive and well, and believe it or not, the so-called American Dream of homeownership remains intact — even for millennials. Continue Reading Below As our […]

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For millennials, Venmo is an emotional wrecking ball

Emily is a successful 24-year-old, working in finance with lots of dating opportunities. So when she was recently asked out by an acquaintance to grab drinks and he insisted on paying the bill she wasn’t surprised. Continue Reading Below It was what came next that surprised her. A couple of days later, Emily received “a notification” through a payment app called Venmo that she owed […]

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Brands No Longer Want Your Loyalty. Now They Want Your Love

Gone are the days when the only goal of a company was to persuade you to buy its product. Now, making you feel kinship with a brand—even love—takes precedence. At least, that’s what a group of influential startups believe. Eyewear maker Warby Parker, makeup seller Glossier, mattress retailer Casper—all of these companies are “direct-to-consumer” brands largely born on the internet. Sure, advertising has been […]

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What rudderless millennials could learn from Navy SEAL Michael Monsoor — who gave his life for others

SAN DIEGO (Jan. 26, 2019) Former members of SEAL Team 3 join the ship’s crew to bring the Navy’s newest Zumwalt-class guided-missile destroyer, USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001), to life during its commissioning ceremony. Michael Monsoor is the second Zumwalt destroyer ship to enter the fleet. It is the first Navy combat ship named for fallen Master-at-Arms 2nd Class (SEAL) […]

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Larry Fink Calls on Businesses to Lead, Not Just Live, With Purpose

Larry Fink, the investment manager who oversees nearly $6 trillion at BlackRock, set off a yearlong conversation among business leaders and policymakers last January when he wrote a letter to chief executives declaring that companies needed to do more than make profits. Mr. Fink wrote that it was crucial that businesses also made “a positive contribution to society” — and […]

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