Generation Why? Millennials as ‘The Cheapest Generation’ — And What That Means for the Economy (The Atlantic)

Cars Millennials, unlike previous generations, are buying fewer homes and cars.

Part of the explanation is that they are active participants in the growing “sharing economy,” which uses the Internet “to let companies and families share otherwise idle goods” via companies such as Zipcar, AirBnB, and Uber, among others. Read about “The Cheapest Generation” in The Atlantic.

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