Hey CUs, young people need your help

I’ve written at length about how credit unions can get noticed by Millennials. But sometimes it feels like people forget how time just keeps passing us by.

Not to make anyone feel old, but as of 2022 millennials are now between the ages of 26 and 41. This means the vast majority of college grads are Gen-Z, and there’s officially a whole new incoming generation for CUs to deal with.

So rather than saying “Millennials and Gen-Z” every time, I’m just going to say “young people” and hope that works.

Despite the new blood, we can’t forget that young people are still struggling. They need help to prepare themselves financially for the future.


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