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Who knew? It turns out millennials actually do use desks

Feel free to file this one under “duh”. The Marriott chain of hotels is desperate to win the custom of millennials. Towards the end of 2015, it refurbished many of its rooms to cater to this lucrative demographic, which on average takes more business trips than those over 35, and is more open to international travel. Because millennials tend to live out of their suitcases, Marriott made its bathrooms larger and its closets smaller.
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