Right now, millennials are in our prime years for earning, saving and investing. For most of us, the next ten years or so of financial management are going to set the tone for the rest of our lives, and that’s a pretty big deal.
money in your 20s
Ugh. Does your first job out of college suck? Join the club.
One of the first harsh lessons of adulting is that sometimes you don’t get your dream job when you finish your degree.
The first $100k is such a pain because most of it is purely based on how much you save. When you have less than $100k, you have very little investment returns helping propel your net worth higher. It’s all about how much money you can throw in your bank account each month.
And that’s why it’s so wild to me that opinion pieces, books, news articles, everything about the way we talk about Millennials makes it seem like they’re a totally different species. Like they can’t possibly be dealing with any of the economic issues everyone else in America’s experiencing.
How exactly are you supposed to quantify your worth in a way that’s useful – especially in negotiations?
It doesn’t matter where you start. Just that you do. Read the article and watch the videos: How to Invest in Your 20s – …