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Millennials Rewrite The Census For A Better Sense Of Selfie
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Jeffy Docteur is one of the students in the NStar electrician apprenticeship program outside Boston. He says he's interested in working on switching systems that keep power flowing through the electrical grid. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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Economists Say Millennials Should Consider Careers In Trades
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Employees at LifeSize in Austin, Texas, take a midday break to play a game of volleyball. The court was installed to help attract millennials to work for the company. Nicole Beemsterboer/NPR hide caption

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To Attract Millennials, A Company Changes Its Product And Workplace
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Mike (left) and Matt (right) Gragnani are 25-year-old identical twins. Together, they've been able to buy an apartment and start a business before many of their peers. Courtesy of Mike Gragnani hide caption

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Millennials Might Be 'Generation Twin.' Is That A Bad Thing?
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Medical residents including Dr. Amy Ho (bottom right) helped with first aid at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. Courtesy Amy Ho hide caption

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Millennial Doctors May Be More Tech-Savvy, But Is That Better?
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Olmo Maldonado (center) returned to his hometown of McAllen, Texas, despite the low employment rate for millennials. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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Despite Low Employment, Millennials Hold Key To Reviving South Texas
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Noelle Johnson has a lengthy commute via bus and train to her job near Washington, D.C. She's been working toward her B.A. for nine years, and when she finally finishes, she says, she'll be able to afford to live closer to work. James Clark/NPR hide caption

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For Millions Of Millennials: Some College, No Degree, Lots Of Debt
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These Bookish Millennials Make Memes Worth Reading Into
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Millennials Have Inherited The Black Marriage Gap
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More than 65 percent of first marriages today are between couples already living together. For millennials, cohabitation is almost a rite of passage. Oliver Hoffmann/iStock hide caption

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Millennials Navigate The Ups And Downs Of Cohabitation
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We asked you to send in your embarrassing instant messenger handles from days gone by. Thanks for sharing, Blondsoccerplyr, AgentGiggleChunk and absofsteel3616! iStockphoto hide caption

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What's More Embarrassing Than That Old Screen Name? Sharing It
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The phone company Vonage reported a drop in voice mail retrievals over the past year. Many of those ignoring voice mails are millennials. iStockphoto hide caption

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Please Do Not Leave A Message: Why Millennials Hate Voice Mail
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Interfaith Chaplains Revitalize An Old Role On College Campuses
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Phillip Underwood and Michelle Sheridan and their children, Logan and Lilliana, gather in their living room in Frederick, Md., after a long day of work and school. The couple had delayed marriage, in part for financial reasons. James Clark/NPR hide caption

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For More Millennials, It's Kids First, Marriage Maybe
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Millennials are often painted as the entitled, selfie-snapping generation. But many researchers say that "me" time will help young people make better decisions in the long run. © Eugenio Marongiu/iStockphoto hide caption

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The Manhattan-based headquarters of Charity: Water. Elise Hu/NPR hide caption

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How Millennials Are Reshaping Charity And Online Giving
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