Women are Majority in Millennial Employment


Women are competing in the US job market at a level that hasn’t been seen in nearly 20 years. Women between the ages of 25 and 34 account for more than 76% of people either working or actively looking for work.

According to a Bloomberg report, the gap between young women and men has fell to nearly 12%, which is the age group’s lowest divide ever. Millennial women are now more likely to have college degrees than their male peers. Studies show that these women are also delaying marriage and having children.

Bloomberg believes that cultural shifts may have played a factor in this change.

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