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Looks like we're a generation of big fat flakers.
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Friends, family and self are more important than loyalty to brands or companies.
He wants to help them "to take up the baton and to take their own crack at changing the world."
This is not 'globalist' ideology as much common sense.
What choice do we have when the housing market strongly favours those with multiple negatively geared investment properties?
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Millennials, you can have your smashed avo and eat it too.
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Clearly, the Australian dream of home ownership for the next generation is fading.
Sure we had some privileges. But so do you.
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Is the world really all about winners versus losers? Are we not better than that?
Adulthood is fraught with obstacles that we have to learn to overcome: paying bills, booking our own doctor's appointments and cooking something other than pesto pasta. Here are 13 tweets, using th...
It's a much bigger issue than smashed avo.
Work-related dissatisfaction in your 20s and 30s can lead to health issues in your 40s, a study suggests.
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Precious snowflake or family dame?
But too much of it may be horrible for your job and career prospects.
Dreams. We all used to have them.
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We want a placeholder, not a person. We want a warm body, not a partner. We want someone to sit on the couch next to us, as we aimlessly scroll through another newsfeed, open another app to distract us from our lives.
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The emerging generations these days sound a bit like alphabet soup. After the Baby Boomers we had Generations X then Y and Z. But what comes next? And what do their lives look like?
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Once the younger sibling fighting for scraps at the dinner table, Millennials now sit at the head of the table as the largest generation in Canada's workforce. Their collective spending power means th...
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We're all guilty of using inaccurate language every day. We still "hang up" our mobile phones, even though it's a finger swipe or button press and not the satisfying clang of a receiver to its cradle. We still call it an "SMS" (Short Message Service), even though it could be 140 words instead of characters now. And we wouldn't arch an eyebrow if someone wanted to watch a "film".
A new generation is entering the workforce and while millennials are keen to work with new technology, they aren't about to troubleshoot your computer. An Australian white paper released on Monday fou...
History will no doubt harshly judge the past decade in Australian politics as a case study in complacency, mismanagement and recklessness.