Millennials are changing with the world around them.
Our survey, The Millennial Economy 2018, captures the views of 1,200 Millennials on a variety of personal, local and national issues. Since our last survey, we found that Millennials have experienced significant changes over the past two years — they’re graduating from college, finding full-time jobs, buying houses and getting married.
These new findings show that while Millennials feel more stable economically, they aren’t convinced this stability will last. They have weathered three recessions in their lifetime, and few have confidence the economy will stay strong. Millennials are also facing record levels of student debt.
And while they are getting married, having kids and buying homes, they are doing so much less than past generations.
Millennials and America dreams
Millennials are moving out
In our 2016 survey, 30% of all Millennials still lived at home with their parents, while 40% of unmarried respondents lived at home.