Ageing and Longevity

There are 1.8 billion millennials on earth. Here's where they live

Millennials are now the largest adult cohort worldwide. Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Dorothy Neufeld

Author, Visual Capitalist

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Millennials are the most educated generation and are increasingly influential. Image: Visual Capitalist

Asia is home to 24% of the world's millennials. Image: Visual Capitalist

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