Millennials get a bad rap. On the bright side, it might be pushing them to excel.

Every business wants to know what makes millennials tick, whether they’re spending on avocado toast or saving for a down payment on a home. Sometimes that research is cherry-picked to paint an ugly picture of millennials as entitled and incompetent.

But it also suggests that, in many ways, the folks who came of age during the Great Recession have learned to do more with less — and might be more financially responsible than their parents were a generation ago. Here are six things millennials can be proud of…

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Article last modified on October 4, 2018 Published by Debt.com, LLC . Mobile users may also access the AMP Version: 6 Ways Millennials Manage Money Better Than Their Parents - AMP.