Millennials Are Too Open About Salary History

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Millennials, the generation born between 1982-2002, are characteristically marked by low hanging-heads staring into smartphones, feeding their addiction to all things digital, especially social media.

I should know: I am a millennial, after all. And while we’re being honest, …

5 Steps Millennials Can Take to Advance Their Career

Keep your chin up, millennials. It's always been tough to land a good job.

Over the weekend, LinkedIn's Campus Editor Justin Chormicle penned a column titled Millennials Face Toughest Economy Since Great Depression. In the piece, Chormicle explores a report recently released by the New York City Comptroller's Office, which explains "how the lack of high-paying jobs, decline in wages, and increasing debt are severely hurting millennials when it comes to achieving the lifestyles and financial stability that previous generations experienced."

Millennials Are Seriously Unprepared for the Workforce

Another day, another depressing report about millennials, the generation born between 1982 and 2002. This week, PayScale released an in-depth study that asked employers how prepared they feel their employees are for the workforce upon college graduation. We also asked the same of employees themselves. And the data confirm what most of us already know. Millennials are not adequately prepared for the workforce. Lets dig into the data so you can see the numbers for yourself.