Millennials now outnumber every other generation in terms of number of workers in the workforce. However, the split is still close among Millennials, Generation X, and Boomers. If you would like to read more on this topic check out this Pew Research Center article. For questions or comments about this article, contact our office at 515-284-1011 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A recent study conducted at Kansas State University by George Nabeshima linked five common personality traits with net worth levels. The personality traits in the study are well known within the psychology field as the Big Five Framework: extroversion, conscientiousness, openness, agreeableness, and neuroticism. The personality traits found to be positively associated with an increase in net worth levels were extroversion (outgoing, friendly, active, and talkative) and conscientiousness (organized, responsible, hardworking, and self-disciplined). On the flip side, the agreeableness personality trait (helpful, caring, softhearted, and sympathetic) was found to have a negative correlation wi