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Video: For Millennials, Love—Not Money—Is Paramount October 11, 2017 (0 comments)


San Francisco, CA—Millennials are often stereotyped as a narcissistic, entitled generation that Instagrams everything, “swipes left” to find a date, speaks in text, and can’t lift their heads away from their cellphones.

But the 2017 Wells Fargo Millennial Study, a Harris poll of almost 1,800 American Millennials this summer, found that this group is far more optimistic and altruistic than some earlier generations, and when it comes to topics where they don’t feel confident, they’d rather deal with a human advisor than a screen.

While the study was focused on Millennial attitudes toward finance and investing, some key insights emerged:

Click here or on the image below to watch Wells Fargo’s video about Millennials’ financial attitudes.

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