Millenials get a lot of attention. Media and companies analyze what we like and how we think to engage us in causes, attract us as consumers, and secure us as employees. This attention comes with stereotypes and criticisms of who we are, collectively, as millennials. Millennials can be perceived as lazy and narcissistic with misguided invincibility. In comparison with older generations, we can be seen as more likely to travel to exotic locations, participate in adventurous activities, live in the moment, and be socially conscious. We also tend to marry later in life and are saddled with more student loan debt than older generations, which can negatively impact access to disposable income and ability to acquire wealth.
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