Tuesday, September 28

Financial Behavior

Economy, Financial Behavior, HENRYs, High Earners, LendingTree, Markets, Middle Class, Millennial Wealth, Millennials, Spending

60% of millennials earning over $100,000 say they’re living paycheck to paycheck

In a survey this June, 60% of millennials earning over $100,000 said they live paycheck to paycheck. Some of these millennials — known as HENRYs — prefer a comfortable, expensive lifestyle. In today's economy, $100,000 is considered middle class in the US. LoadingSomething is loading. High-earning millennials feel broke.Sixty percent of millennials raking in over $100,000 a ...
Andy Kiersz, Bars, BI Graphics, Consumer spending, Delta, delta variant, Drinking, Eating, Economy, Financial Behavior, labor shortage, Leisure, Markets, restaurant, Restaurants, Retail, Shopping

The Delta variant has Americans swapping the shopping bag for a seat at the bar this fall

The Delta variant has tanked optimism in the economic recovery. Spending slowed down in most categories in June and July, but bar and restaurant tabs are still growing. After a taste of freedom, people are loath to give up their nights out with friends. LoadingSomething is loading. On a Thursday night in mid-August, Sahith Obbu engaged in a time-honored college student tradi...
Economy, Financial Behavior, Financial habits, Markets, Millennial Wealth, Millennials, Salary, Spending

70% of millennials are living paycheck to paycheck, more than any other generation

70% of millennials say they're living paycheck to paycheck, according to a new survey. Millennials are in a precarious life stage, hitting expensive life milestones but not yet peak earnings. The many economic challenges millennials have faced also make things financially difficult. LoadingSomething is loading. ...