Why Millennials Are Shifting From the Traditional Workspace

Technology is making the traditional full-time office space unnecessary. With all telecommuting and cloud data options available, it’s easy to understand why the newest generation to enter the workforce is putting a new spin on getting work done. You could probably argue that such a change to the way people do their jobs hasn’t changed this much since the industrial era.… Read more...

Nielsen: African-Americans- Are Increasingly Affluent, Educated and Diverse

 

African-American consumers are making gains and upending outdated stereotypes on multiple fronts—from education and income to social media and civic engagement—with affluence, influence and cultural diversity all on the rise. Nielsen’s recent report, Increasingly Affluent, Educated and Diverse: African-American Consumers –The Untold Story, explores the consumption habits of higher-income African-Americans—those with a household income of $75,000 or more.… Read more...

Prudential study finds African Americans optimistic about financial future, but concerns remain

According to a new study published by Prudential, African Americans demonstrate continued optimism about their current financial situation and growing affluence. Yet gaps in long-term retirement planning, including not taking advantage of financial and investment tools, may hinder the ability to build long-term wealth.… Read more...