Society & Culture
Millennials became the largest generation in the workforce, at the beginning of 2020. But as the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the economy, Millennials were hit hard. As young workers just beginning their careers, they were some of the first to lose their jobs and less likely to have a savings "safety net" than more seasoned workers. Plus, many are earning entry-level pay while carrying heavy debt from school loans. As the big sister in a family of seven children, I have an abundance of Millennial nieces and nephews, in addition to my own son. So how are they doing? I asked four of them.
The Poisoned City: Flint‘s Water and the American Urban Tragedy
Through the Dark: Finding Joy After Sudden Blindness
Healing from Sexual Assault; There is No Time Limit
Exploring the World Through Sailing & Science
Healing & The Holocaust -- Through the Eyes of a Child
New World, New Rules: A Latina Ambassador's View on Democracy, the USA and Women's Political Power
Race Relations in 2021 America
Anti-Asian American Racism and Violence
What Dogs Teach Us About Leadership
Motown: Women and the Making of a Music Empire
A Juneteenth Conversation on Racism, Sexism and Leadership with General Linda Singh
Carving out a Fantastical Career in the Brave New World of Graphic Design
Leadership Lessons from Parenting Not Taught in Business School
Baby Sleep Training
COVID-19 Lessons Learned
Transgender Girls Playing Sports: What's All the Fuss About?
Sarey Ruden: Rebelling Against Male Toxicity on Dating Apps
The ERA: How Long Must American Women Wait For Equality?
Power Lifting Your Way to Confidence & Health
Algorithmically Amplified: Combatting Disinformation
Copyright © 2006-2021 Podbean.com