The common image of the millennial generation is of a bright but lazy 20-something who, after two gap years and three semesters of an Arts degree, has moved back into their parents’ place. They are flaky, entitled and over-confident. But is this assessment entirely fair? We know from projects like Optus RockCorps that that Millennials can also be ambitious, conscientious world-changers. Stereotypes exist at both ends of the spectrum.
With the help of years of data, we might just be able to paint a clearer picture of millennials. So who are they? And what makes their generation different? read more