" Even Millennials Want Face Time at Work "
If you’re like me, you’ve probably consumed more than your fair share of media reports, research, and write-ups aimed at deciphering the millennial mindset.
Hispanic millennials in the United States represent 21 percent of the country's overall millennial population, and the former demographic consume as much digital technology as their peers.
Hispanic consumers are more social, influential and impressionable online than non-Hispanic consumers, according to a new study commissioned by Unilever with its media planning agency Mindshare and executed by Palo Alto, Calif.-based social media platform ShareThis.
Millennials, those born between 1982 and 2003, are "a cohort whose dominating presence will make its behaviors the major motif of American life in the next decade," write the authors of a new paper, "How Millennials Could Upend Wall Street and Corporate America."
"When you talk, it's more intimate than texting but it depends really on your relationship with the person," Johnson told MainStreet. "Some people have a hard time with communication even with important news."
Every Parent’s nightmare – sitting their Millennial down to talk about ‘serious topics'. When attempting to reach this always connected, know it all generation – especially as a brand or authority, there’s a few time-and-again proven ways to go about it.
Gaming is a big part of life for many Millennials. But are there differences in the ways Hispanics and non-Hispanics make decisions about which gaming systems to buy? And once they have gaming devices, do they use them differently? To find out, Tr3s asked adult Millennials in both groups about their gaming-related habits as part of its 2012 research study, Hispanic Adult Millennials Living the Next Normal: Age of Uncertainty.
One in five Millennials living in the US is Hispanic, and while Hispanic Millennials share similarities with the rest of their generation, they are a dynamic group of individuals with diverse backgrounds and distinct traits.