On Friday the Financial Times published this article about young people and their spending habits.
The article talks about how "millennials" are failing to save for their pensions. It also includes “translation for oldies” of cool teenage phrases.
"The millennials may be annoying, but they matter," the article states. Thanks!
When the FT tweeted the article, it said:
Of course, the article didn't go unnoticed.
It's almost as if the article hit a nerve with all of the young people weighed down by crippling amounts of debt.
Some people were a little more blunt with their response.
Others turned to Kanye West for help.
How can young people save money when they need to buy hats and pizza?
How can young people save money when they keep setting it on fire?
Can someone teach millennials how to budget?
Maybe they have more important, or essential, things to be spending their money on.
And to end, a final thought:
Rossalyn Warren is a senior reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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