The Dime Roll: Pumpkin Spicing Our Way Into Fall

September 29, 2017

It's no secret that we millennials love our pumpkin spice, well, anything. We love it so much, in fact, that this week on The Dime, we're taking a closer look at our great country's obsession with this autumn-specific flavor and scent. A little teaser: Did you know that pumpkin spice's origins can be traced back to 1796?! One might say that pumpkin spice is as American pie. Read on...

But, what might be a bit of a secret (until now, anyway), is the fact that millennials actually care quite a bit about job—and retirement—security. It's true: people who study such things (and many people do), have confirmed it. So, next time you're getting an earful about your generation's flightly, commitment-phobic tendencies, kindly point him or her right here. BOOM. 

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This week on The Dime:

Yes, It's True: Millennials Want Job (and Retirement) Security

Pumpkin Spice: How Did We Get Here?

Interesting stuff from around the web:

New & Interesting:

New and Now: Denver's 10 Hottest Dining Trends via Westword

Disney releases DisneyNow, a new app that combines live TV, on-demand, games and music via TechCrunch

Millennial Power:

What most bosses get wrong about millennials via BBC

Generation Sober: 10 Reasons Why Millennials Are Opting Out Of Booze To Socialize via Forbes


How to Decide Where to Donate Your Money After Disasters via The New York Times

Only 20% of Americans save money regularly—here are 6 easy ways to get started via CNBC