Iryna Lozynska says that with unprecedented connectivity comes a perceived homogeneity, where a Millennial in North America “feels” a lot more similar to a Millennial in Southeast Asia. Is this a fundamental, observable fact, or merely the smoke and mirrors effect of social media? Will this spirit of shared values blow away at the first geopolitical hiccup, or is this a Brave New World here to stay?
Living in a Bubble: Millennials and the Overheated Toronto-GTA Housing Market
By Emily Simek, Rahma Kerim, Zeynep Aydin and Marina Mandic Many of us are familiar with the old drill – … More