This is not a rant against Gen Z by any means, but rather a distinction for those who refer to anyone under the age of 35 as a "millennial". We are not the Tide Pod eating generation nor are we the annoying Spring Breakers the news keeps reporting on.
This parody video on millennials has been around for a couple of years, but a friend showed it to me again over the weekend and I thought it was worth sharing to ask a question. Are millennials in Idaho this stereotypical?
Hold the phone, I don't mean people are smart to leave this cool state.
But there's new evidence that because of a tough job market and better opportunities in other states, well-educated people are moving away -- millennials especially.
Millennials across the US have a new drink of choice. Instead of frosty mugs of beer, most are downing something a little more hoity toity, and they're drinking a ton of it. Do Idaho millennials keep pace?
But first...let me take a selfie. Millennials are known as the "Me Generation" because that seems it's what they're all about. Coming into adulthood around the year 2000, the internet has been part of their formative years, MySpace and Facebook have played a huge role and selfies are what life's all about. However, Millennials are very much about acts of service and it's proven with th