The Millennial Problem: Why We (Don’t) Gamble

Due to problems with the link, I’m re-posting this today.  Be sure to click on the title below, and check out  the Motley Fool website.

Thanks to “Superfan Monika” for the help!

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This might seem lazy, but after accumulating information on Millennial Gambling and the G2E’s main concern by the casino industry needing more to entice them, I’m ready to scream.


There, I feel better.  I have felt that it’s not about gambling, games, or other things in as much the extrodinary debt they are in from college loans have changed their post-college living to be different than other generatiions.

I found the perfect varticle, too long to discuss, but SOOOOOOOO right concerning this whole thging.  Motley Fool has hit the nail on the head – the casino industry should take notice!

Here is a link to their fabulous article.  It’s long, but, oh so right.

The Millennial Problem: Why We (Don’t) Gamble

Enjoy this fabulous read.


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