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Millennials aren't big spenders or risk takers, and that's going to reshape the economy

They’re known for bouncing around jobs, delaying marriage and holing up in their parents’ basements. Dubbed recently as the "children of the Great Recession" by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, millennials are the best educated and most diverse population of young people in U.S....
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