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In today's big story, we're looking at the push for WFH Fridays and how that plays into the "quiet vacationing" phenomenon . The big storyAnti-office FridaysHector Roquet Rivero/Getty Images; Jenny Chang-Rodriguez/BIWith all due respect to summer Fridays, we've found a year-round replacement: WFH Fridays. But WFH Fridays' staying power remains to be seen. Which brings us back to WFH Fridays. The end result could be employers saying abuse of WFH Fridays means they need you back in the office… for good.
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According to Eurostat, the EU statistical office, the average Croatian leaves their parents' home at over 33 years of age, its highest figure. Joshua Zitser/Business InsiderIn the US, almost everyone has moved out by then. Joshua Zitser/Business InsiderWhile tourism brings economic opportunities for Vukovic and many others, he says it has also worsened the already dysfunctional housing market. But in parts of Dubrovnik, Vukovic explained, that's not feasible. Joshua Zitser/Business InsiderFor Josip Crncevic, 34, prices feel far out of reach.
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Glen Powell moved to his hometown in Austin after living in LA for 15 years. Austin has become a popular relocation spot for millennials despite high house prices. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementGlen Powell said he left LA for Austin after Matthew McConaughey advised him to go somewhere "real" to "unplug." At the age of 19, Powell dropped out of the University of Texas in his hometown, Austin, and moved to LA to become an actor.
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Middle managers are becoming an endangered species in Corporate America, with some companies viewing the role as obsolete , writes Business Insider's Lindsay Dodgson. Remote work, tech efficiencies, and a general push to cut costs have contributed to middle managers' demise. It's a strategy Corporate America, particularly Big Tech, deployed in 2023. The "year of efficiency," as Mark Zuckerberg dubbed it, was all about flattening organizations, and middle managers were the ones getting squished . The death of middle managers could also fuel the current dismantling of another cohort: the middle class .
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"I have friends that say that TikTok Shop has ruined the app," Casey Lewis, a trends researcher, said. "It can be good — especially as TikTok moves to TikTok Shop — if they're able to capitalize on this shift and sell products more effectively to older users." Just because something is going viral on TikTok doesn't necessarily mean Gen Z is behind it. The same could be said of Gen Z, which would explain the generations' shared fascination with a time before smartphones and round-the-clock news. The Gen Z users I spoke with didn't seem particularly concerned about an influx of olds.
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October, a speech-language pathologist for New York City Public Schools, started her journey toward financial independence a few years ago. October is one of many millennials who are working toward achieving financial independence, one of the main goals of the FIRE — financial independence, retire early — community. Some millennials who successfully achieved financial independence told BI that a traditional retirement is overrated. Advertisement"The whole time I've been thinking in terms of my financial independence as what I call single-player mode. She sees financial independence as an extension of her drive to fulfill passion projects.
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If your kids are working summer jobs, it's a prime opportunity to help them open a retirement account and start saving for the future, experts say. Roth individual retirement accounts can be "triple-tax efficient" for teenagers, according to certified financial planner Carol Fabbri, managing partner of Fair Advisors in Conifer, Colorado. Plus, Roth IRAs offer tax-free growth on investments, and withdrawals in retirement are generally tax-free, Fabbri explained. Of course, the power of long-term compound growth, or returns on your returns, only magnifies the sooner you start saving and investing, experts say. More than 8 in 10 teenagers are already thinking about retirement, but most mistakenly think savings is the best long-term strategy, according to a recent survey from Junior Achievement and MissionSquare.
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Young men without college degrees have been dropping out of the workforce for decades. On Thursday, the Pew Research Center released a report delving into whether a college degree is worth it. The report compares economic outcomes for young adults who've completed a college degree with those who have not. "Accompanying that wages were also bid up for non-college educated young men at that time." Fry added, "the rising rates of young men with criminal records" could be a reason given they could have a hard time finding work.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. It's called "quiet vacationing," and millennials, in particular, seem to love it. That's compared to 24% of Gen Zers and Gen Xers who reported doing the same. They even want to look like they're working when they're supposed to be off the clock, with 37% of millennials saying they've purposefully scheduled a message to send outside their usual hours to make it look like they're working overtime. Millennials may be quiet vacationing more than other groups due to generational differences.
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Cambridge University professor Thomas Roulet has hit back at the idea that Gen Z is lazy. He said younger people just have a different idea about what work means to them. JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said people shouldn't "feel so bad" for Gen Z and millennials this week. AdvertisementGen Z is often called lazy — but a Cambridge University professor thinks younger people just have a different idea about what work means. Thomas Roulet, who teaches organizational sociology and leadership at the Judge Business School, defended the generation's work ethic in a video posted on the university's YouTube channel.
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Read previewCompanies are increasingly ditching middle management positions, and it could be millennials who find their jobs are most at risk. While Galvin said the intent of reducing middle management is to streamline communication between employees and senior executives, the impact could be unfairly balanced. AdvertisementMiddle management positions accounted for almost a third of layoffs in 2023, according to an analysis for Bloomberg — an increase from 20% in 2018. It just so happens that a lot of middle managers are millennials. Many current middle managers are also burned out with their teams being downsized, and an increased workload.
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Most Americans don't think they need to be millionaires in order to achieve financial success. Fewer than 20% of Americans define being "financially successful" as "being a millionaire," according to Bankrate's 2024 Financial Success survey. Nearly 60% of Americans say they would feel financially successful if they were able to "live comfortably," according to the survey. "Salary is often not the best barometer for financial success," Foster says. Increased prices for everyday necessities such as food and housing may also shape the way Americans picture financial success.
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"I don't feel so bad for Gen Z and millennials," Dimon said, adding that his grandparents were Greek immigrants who arrived in the US with nothing but "a shirt on their back." "They're going to be working probably 3.5 days a week. They're going to live to 100. They're going to be in pretty good shape, provided the world doesn't destroy it all with nuclear weapons, which is the biggest risk in the world." Related storiesDimon added that in the decades ahead, younger generations would inherit trillions of dollars and benefit from mammoth investments in healthcare, education, and other areas.
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"I don't feel so bad for Gen Z and millennials," Dimon said, noting his grandparents were Greek immigrants who arrived in the US with nothing but "a shirt on their back." "They're going to be working probably 3.5 days a week. They're going to live to 100. They're going to be in pretty good shape, provided the world doesn't destroy it all with nuclear weapons, which is the biggest risk in the world." Related storiesDimon also emphasized that in the decades ahead, younger generations will inherit trillions of dollars and benefit from mammoth investments in healthcare, education, and other areas.
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Some young retirement savers say they might raid their 401(k) accounts to buy a home. To compare, only 25% of Gen X homebuyers and 16% of baby boomers plan to withdraw retirement funds for a home. "You really, really, really, really shouldn't be taking out your retirement for a house," said Stacy Francis, a certified financial planner and president and CEO of Francis Financial in New York City. Generally, early withdrawals from retirement accounts can trigger taxes and a 10% penalty, unless the account owner meets a listed exception. For both individual retirement accounts and 401(k)s, qualifying first-time homebuyers may be able to take up to $10,000 penalty-free.
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The big storyA retirement loomsMarianne Ayala/BIThe world's most recognizable banker might finally be ready to call it quits. The comings and goings of Wall Street executives are common, even at the highest levels. Wall Street has long speculated about who will ultimately succeed Dimon. Martin Gruenberg has told staff he'll stand down as chairman once a replacement has been found , per The Wall Street Journal. A report from the Wall Street Journal says the company hopes to conduct its next implant in June.
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I could be on a three-month film set or a nine-month series set and then go months without a call. I started working on YouTube thumbnails and event flyers for the music industry. For example, a friend helped repair my dishwasher, so I put together "gift ideas for makers and tinkers." AdvertisementI started posting in groups and asking for gift ideas to write blog posts about. It's not money I would make on a film set, but it was something.
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A majority, 78%, of U.S. workers say they don't take all their PTO days, and it's highest among Gen Z workers and millennials, according to a new Harris Poll survey of 1,170 American workers. That's not to say they're not taking breaks — they're just not telling their boss. Nearly 4 in 10 say they've taken time off without communicating it to their manager. "There's a giant workaround culture at play," Rodney says. "It's not exactly quiet quitting, but more like quiet vacationing."
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Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Harry Sommer told CNBC's Jim Cramer on Monday that younger generations are becoming more interested in the company's offerings. "We appeal obviously to older customers, but millennial and Gen Z is the fastest-growing segment of our cruising right now," he said. "They're coming, they're enjoying it, they see the value for the money, but they also appreciate the guest experience." Shares jumped on Monday, closing up 7.56%, after Norwegian raised its full year-guidance. According to Sommer, Norwegian continues to see demand among its target customer base, "middle and upper tier income consumers."
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In this article JWNKSSM Follow your favorite stocks CREATE FREE ACCOUNTSignage of Macy's, Kohl's and Nordstrom retail stores. Department stores like Macy's , Kohl's and Nordstrom face an existential crisis, as they try to persuade investors to bet on their futures while sales slow and their core customers age. Melissa Repko | CNBCTo attract younger shoppers, Kohl's is adding trendier clothing for teens, opening more Sephora shops and bulking up its baby department. At the same time, Macy's is trying to go where younger shoppers are, including suburban strip malls and beauty aisles. The company plans to open up to 30 of its smaller off-mall Macy's stores over the next two years.
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Why BORG drinks are dangerous for you
  + stars: | 2024-05-20 | by ( Terry Ward | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +6 min
CNN —If you’ve been to a party lately and haven’t seen someone drinking a BORG, you’re likely not partying with college students. As the drink’s name suggests, “it’s intended to get you extremely drunk.”What Lembke calls the BORG’s “social contagion factor” makes it even more dangerous. BORG posts starring gallon jugs with punny names such as Captain Borgan, Our Borg and Savior, Borgan Donor and Borgan Wallen proliferate on TikTok. Thinking along those lines is part of what makes BORGs potentially dangerous to the people turning to them as a party drink, Lembke said. The fact that BORGS are usually sweetened with a diluting agent such as electrolyte drinks or water flavor enhancers only makes them more dangerous, she said.
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Red Lobster filed for bankruptcy Sunday, and the bankruptcy filing sheds new light on Thai Union’s role in the endless shrimp mishap. Red Lobster said it is investigating the circumstances of that promotion, which Red Lobster management opposed. Michael Nagle/Bloomberg/Getty Images“This decision created both operational and financial issues for [Red Lobster]… saddling the company with burdensome supply obligations” to Thai Union, Red Lobster said in the filing. “Certain operational decisions by former management have harmed [Red Lobster’s] financial situation in recent years,” Red Lobster said in its bankruptcy filing. Red Lobster stallsBut Red Lobster fell behind its sister brand Olive Garden under Darden.
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When my partner and I signed a two-year lease to move into our second New York City apartment together in 2021, we agreed that the next place we lived in would be ours. New York City is where I grew up, and I am not ready to give up my status as a "passenger princess" — yes, I'm 31 and don't have a driver's license. "There are four things that go into getting a mortgage: your credit, your income, your assets, and the property," Forbes says. The application process for a program like the New York City HomeFirst Down Payment Assistance Program or the NYS AHC grant can take several months. My partner and I bought a co-op, which is very common in New York City.
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Rich millennials in the US have been known to splash out on their pets, new laundry rooms, and expensive coffee machines. And over in China, rich millennials have their own ideas of what counts as a luxury status symbol. AdvertisementExpect to see these rich millennials mixing luxury casual wear like T-shirts and sneakers with traditional luxury brands, Banta told BI. And getting regular aesthetic treatments has become a top priority for affluent millennials, Banta told BI. Independent luxury brands that offer more authentic products and those that draw on cultural heritage are also highly in demand, she said.
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BI spoke to a dozen millennials who have achieved or are on track to achieve financial independence. Brad Barrett, the host of the "ChooseFI" podcast, said "vanishingly few" people with the wherewithal to reach financial independence are retiring early. AdvertisementHe argued that achieving financial independence and hitting a specific number is "the simplest part." Advertisement"I defined myself by the pursuit of financial independence," Sabatier, the author of "Financial Freedom," said. Don't delay figuring out what you really want, why you're pursuing financial independence, and what you want to do after."
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