A new generation of cash-strapped ‘millennials’ have very different expectations about jobs, credit and money. As Michelle Fleury reports, they are using the internet for a new ‘sharing economy’.
The ‘millennials’ are the generation that came of age after the 2008 financial crisis.
Cash-strapped and internet-savvy, they have very different expectations about jobs, credit and money.
Part of the new ‘sharing economy’, they have taken to the idea of sharing rather than buying with a vengeance.
Michelle Fleury reports from New York.