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Hillary Clinton speaking at Temple University
City

Clinton Stumps for Millennial Votes at Temple

With just 50 days until the election, Hillary Clinton came to Temple today to pitch millennial voters on why she needs their votes. “Even if […]

Business

Millennials: Mayor Kenney Wants You! (To Get Involved in his Administration)

The Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement recently announced that it is accepting applications for a new committee made up of millennial Philadelphians. The Millennial Advisory Committee, or MAC, will […]

Penn Museum - Olmec
City

Penn Museum’s Legends of the Hidden Temple Event Sold Out in 2 Days

It’s been a whirlwind couple of days for the staff at the Penn Museum. The phone has been ringing off the hook. The museum has […]

Business

How to Make Your Offices Friendly for Boomers and Millennials

This is a Biz Philly guest column. Recently, Matt Burns, CEO and president of Burns Engineering, embarked on a move to new headquarters at 20th […]

Property

Report: The Millennials Follow Their Parents to the ’Burbs

The oldest members of the Millennial generation are now entering their 30s, by which time many young adults have begun thinking about raising children. And […]

Property

Center City Housing Market Still Strong, But…

Though the pace has slowed a bit from the torrid level of 2013, new housing continues to be produced in Greater Center City at a […]

Business

Shocker: Millennials Want To Switch Jobs and Work From Home

Deloitte recently published its 2016 Deloitte Millennial Survey, in which it interviewed almost 8,000 millennials from 29 countries to find out how they feel about their employers, the workforce […]

Citified

Millennials Won — Mark Squilla’s “Promoters Bill” Is Dead

City Councilman Mark Squilla has decided to scrap his virally unpopular “Promoters Bill,” which came under fire last week from musicians, millennials and First Amendment advocates. The proposal would have required music venues […]

City Life

No, Millennials Aren’t Ruining the Workforce

First, a disclaimer. Even though I technically fall in the “millennial” camp — a generation that Pew defines as adults age 18-34 — I’m on […]

City Life

How Millennials Are Ruining the Workforce

As a boomer, I have a special interest in millennials. It’s the same sort of interest I have in car wrecks: I don’t want to […]

City Life

Millennials: They’re Doing Thanksgiving Better Than You

“There are lies, damn lies and statistics,” Mark Twain famously said, and it was the last of these that struck me in an article published […]

Business

7 Ways Millennials Can Network Without Feeling Like Pests

Networking is all about building relationships and adding value. So as a millennial, what can you offer a more experienced “connector” so that you don’t […]

Citified

Philly’s Political Elders Lament the Lack of Millennials Running for Office

Mayor Michael Nutter is in that glorious final phase of his tenure where he’s calling things exactly as he sees them. With seven weeks left […]

Business

Philly’s Millennial Population Growing Fastest Among 10 Largest U.S. Cities

Source: JLL Research, U.S. Census Bureau. Philadelphia’s millennial population is increasing fastest among the 10 largest U.S. cities, according financial and professional services firm JLL and […]

Business

How to Retain Talented Young Employees in the Era of Job Hopping

The younger they are, the more likely they’re looking for new jobs. (Anchiy/Shutterstock) There’s a new generation of workers who recognize that working at one […]