‘It’s not about the money’: Kid’s club founder explains the crypto-currency boom
Kids in the US have become a major new trend, with the number of children in their 20s joining the club jumping to more than 1.5 million, according to data from the US Department of Health and Human Services.
The US has a large number of young people in its workforce, with over 60 percent of US workers between the ages of 20 and 24.
“There’s a lot of opportunities to be a part of the future of American youth,” said Dr. Jessica Smith, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the author of The Future of Young Americans.
Smith said the number and diversity of young members was a result of many factors, including the fact that they have a greater likelihood of graduating from college and entering the workforce.
“We have so many opportunities for them to be entrepreneurs, to work, to pursue their education, and so forth,” Smith said.
This trend is also evident in the number who have used the new crypto-currencies like bitcoin and other digital currencies to buy goods and services, as well as access their savings.
The number of millennials entering the US workforce has also grown exponentially, with more than 4.6 million Americans in the age group working in the service sector.
A large portion of these workers have grown up with the internet, which has provided them with an unprecedented ability to access information and communicate directly with their peers.
With more access to technology, there is also a growing desire to build relationships with people, as opposed to spending their time on work.
While the number in the workforce is growing, it has also been trending down, as millennials have opted out of the workforce altogether.
And the number is growing even faster among the under-30 group, which accounts for about 15 percent of the overall workforce.
“There is an awareness among millennials that there’s a big difference between going into the workforce and having to go out,” Smith told Business Insider.
That is reflected in the rise of online services like Airbnb and Uber, which have driven a rapid growth of millennials.
So, in the long run, the crypto bubble will have to burst, said Smith.
However, the number still remains higher than in previous decades, with nearly 20 percent of millennials now working in tech, according an Economic Policy Institute report.
According to the study, a lot is still unknown about millennials.
“We need to be careful with what we learn about millennials in the short term and in the longer term, because there’s still a lot to learn,” said Smith, adding that the long-term growth of the millennial workforce is the most important thing.
As millennials continue to leave the workforce, Smith is hopeful that there will be more people of all ages joining the crypto club.
“I think it’s the future that we’re all looking forward to,” she said.