Millennial's Are Apparently Killing Every Industry and We Should Feel Bad

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    Text - BUSINESS INSIDER NORDIC Millennials are killing the beer industry 24 Jul 2017 6:52 PM 667 Dennis Green f in Topher Scott
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    Junk food - Millennials are killing chains like Buffalo Wild Wings and Applebee's Kate Taylor Jun. 3, 2017, 9:54 AM 1,595,989 Buffalo Wild Wings. Facebook
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    Text - REAL ESTATE NOW I SCOTT VAN VOORHIS Will millennials kill home ownership? gtin By Scott Van Voorhis GLOBE CORRESPONDENT FEBRUARY 02, 2014 Highlights from the Boston Real Estate Now blog Gen Xers are heading into their 40s and middle age, more often than not with mortgage in tow I am squarely in that demographic. At 47, I am married, with three children and a house and mortgage in Natick
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    Text - DrivingSales About Us Search News Get Newsletter Submit a Tip Are Millennials Killing The Car Industry? DrivingSales News May 17, 2013. 0 Comments Where have all the drivers gone? Something shifted with regards to our driving behaviors during the mid 2000's and we simply started driving less even though the population continued to grow. So many different factors may have contributed to
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    People - 'Psychologically scarred' millennials are killing dozens of industries and it's their parents' fault - Kate Taylor Jun 5, 2017, 12:50 PM ET wLNG EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD COING OUT OF BUSINESS GOING OUT SOF BESINSS CHOOSE GONG OUT
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    Product - BUSINESS INSIDER f RETAIL Millennials are killing the napkin industry Mar. 28, 2016, 4:35 PM Mallory Schlossberg A 68,742 Memphis CVB/Flickr
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    Text - Millennials are killing the golf industry 01 Jul 2016 7:32 PM Mallory Schlossberg 887 f in
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    Motor vehicle - BUSINESS INSIDER NORDIC Millennials could be a problem for America's most iconic motorcycle brand 710 O13 Jul 2017 5:40 PM Mary Hanbury f in Harley Davidson Facebook Page Analyst says millennials have little interest in riding motorcycles
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    Text - 1. The 9 to 5 work week Millennials are demanding more flexibility in their jobs, and now nearly 40% of U.S. workers can work from home at least one day a week, according to a 2016 study. They also don't unplug at 5 p.m., with 68% saying they check work emails from home. The extension of our work lives into the home may concern some who are more tied to the traditional 40-hour workweek, but studies show employees in a flexible workplace can be more productive and happier with their career
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    Text - 3. Dinner dates With the ceaseless mix of Tinder swipes and OkCupid matches they are subjected to, millennials have essentially given up on the dinner date. Experts say they are dating more often and more casually, making the idea of sitting across from someone at a pricey dinner for a potentially long amount of time less desirable. "Online dating creates an enormous number of first dates in a short period of time," said relationship and etiquette expert April Masini Still, some millennia
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    Facial expression - News Millennials are killing it America's biggest generation is getting blamed for the brunt of its problems By Erin Tiernan Published : June 13, 2017 in (Su STAGO KILLING IT! Millennials bare the blame for a lot of destruction. Photo: Twitter Millennials, you guys are killing it. Literally.
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