5 things millennials are killing

Some of these are on purpose. Some of them are just because of who they are. All are dying.



Studies show that golf is way more popular among baby boomers than it is milliennials. It appears that there is finally a generation that agrees with Mark Twain in that they believe golf is just a good walk spoiled.


Department stores

Malls and department stores are dying because millennials are far more interested in shopping online than they are going into brick and mortar stores.


Movie theaters

Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and a plethora of other sites are offering a lot of movies and television shows from the comfort of your home. Why would the younger generation go and pay ridiculous prices at a theater?



It turns out that millennials are far more in to eating small snacks over the course of the day than they are in to sitting down and having an entire meal. This likely has something to do with the fact that employees are expected to work longer hours than ever before.



Much like lunches, millennials are working far too long to take a real vacation. Ask yourself, when did you first hear the term?

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