When you hear the term “Millennials”, do you think of young parents?
Recent statistics say you should.
According to 2015 Goldman Sachs report, almost all of new mothers – nearly 90 percent – were millennials.
Wasn't it just yesterday this debt-strapped and unemployed generation was leaving college to Occupy Wall Street and move into their parent’s basement?
Well, now they are starting their own families and, in true millennial fashion, rewriting traditional gendered roles as they go.
Goldman Sachs reports American parents currently spend $1 trillion each year on their children, not including college costs - a figure that is forecasted to grow in coming years.
The emergence of the millennial parent has organizations spinning, trying to answer the following questions:
Here are 20 statistics that’ll help you get a handle on who makes up the millennial family:
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