AHN Millennials

AHN Millennials

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Millennials are on track to become the most educated generation in Western history.

The vast majority of Millennials everywhere see themselves as being "on the cutting edge of technology."

The Millennial generation has a strong sense of community both on the local and global scale. Compared to the previous generation, Millennials focus on larger societal needs rather than individual needs.

Millennials also have more positive attitudes about technology than other generations-we are the most likely to say that technology makes life easy rather than harder, are the most likely to say technology brings people closer together than drives them further apart, and are the most likely to say that technology allows people to use their time more efficiently.

Millennials believe in the value of political engagement and are convinced that government can be a powerful force for good.

Overall, Millennials feel obligated to do our part to make the world a better place, and we believe that we can.

Civic generations tend to bring about times of greater economic equality and more inclusive racial and ethnic concerns. Thus, it isn't surprising that a Civic generation like Millennials shows high levels of compassion-a characteristic will certainly be instrumental in helping us to build a powerful legacy.

When it comes to health, social, economical and environmental issues, Millennials are the most conscious generation to date.

Millennials are often referred to as conscious capitalists, which means that they look up to businesses that serve the interests of all major stakeholders-customers, employees, investors, communities, suppliers, and the environment.

In fact, a whopping 81 percent expect companies to show their commitment to corporate responsibility.

Nielsen global online study found that Gen Y continues to be most willing to pay extra for sustainable offerings-almost three-out-of-four respondents in the latest findings, up from approximately half in 2014. This is a generation that truly believes that it can influence the world with the power of the wallet (or credit card).

Socially conscious mindset is one of their most defining trait of Gen Y. As the most ethnically and racially diverse generation in US history (43% of adults are non-white), Millennials have learned to embrace the differences in one another.

Millennials are Global Citizens

The majority of Millennials see themselves as global citizens, who have a responsibility to make the world better. They are less patriotic and more globally minded, which enables them to contribute to the general welfare of society.

A global citizen respects and values diversity, is outraged by social injustice, is willing to act to make the world a more equitable and sustainable place and takes responsibility for their actions.

Millennials are Pragmatic Idealists

For a long time pragmatic and idealist were seen as opposites. Now Millennials are saying "We want to change the world and we know it's not going to be easy, but we going to have a plan to get there."

From an early age, Millennials witnessed firsthand what it takes to be agents of change and as a result, 61% are worried about the state of the world and feel personally responsible to make a difference.

A typical belief of pragmatic idealists:

Believe in your dreams and the only thing that stands between dreams and reality is your own hands to make it happen.

Millennials are Authentic

Millennials want to be real. They want to stay true to who they are, their values and individuality. They want their employers to respect their individual differences and embrace the potential that these unique qualities can bring.

Millennials are not interested in playing "the game" their parents once did. For many generations before, the cost of playing the game was too high: failed marriages, burnout, too little work-life balance, depression etc.

In the age of social media, authenticity is characterized by a consistency and continuity between their online personas and their lives in the real world.

Matthew Tyson wrote on The Huffington Post in 2016 that millennials "are not moved by flashy ads, big promises, and ‘wow' factor. They want authentic messages, authentic brands, and authentic interactions."

What does "authentic" mean? It means imperfect and transparent. Open your business up a little. Show what's happening behind the scenes. Do what you say you do on social media. Stand for what you say you stand for on social media.

We at AllHumanity Network, salute and embrace the Millennials and we welcome the Echo Boomers to join with us to address the societal needs with cutting edge technologies throughout the humanitarian sectors.



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