Posts Tagged ‘generation y’

Forget about Generation Y, Are we Generation F?

Given all the recent talk and hubbub about the Occupy Vancouver/Portland/San Francisco/ New York (insert big city here) movement, I started thinking about the current state of our economy and the dismal state of our current generation.  I know.  I’m being a Debbie Downer. I came across an interesting article in the local Vancouver magazine…

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Generation Y in the Workplace

I have been meaning to write this post for a long time, so I’m so happy to finally share my thoughts with you.  As you know, the Generation Y are those born somewhere after 1982 (according to wikipedia) and the early 90’s.  We are an often talked about bunch, probably because we are the child…

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Why isn’t Generation Y saving any money?

I was checking this post by Studenomics that talked about why Twenty Somethings are not saving money and being of the same generation Y/ 20 something category, I got to thinking… In the past, Canadians have traditionally saved about 10% of their gross income and stashed it away in their piggy banks. Currently, the savings…

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Hello Financial Blogging World!

Okay, so I’m entering the blogging world.  And am here to talk about money.  And saving.  And I am young.  Hence the title of my website “Young and Thrifty”… kinda like “the young and the restless”.  Catchy huh?  Thought you’d like that. So, it seems like the average “Generation Y” guy or gal doesn’t know…

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