Up & Comers’ work lives provide a sneak peek at the economy of the future

The 2015 Up & Comers have achieved early professional success, but they and their millennial counterparts could have a tougher time advancing up the career ladder and earning the same salaries as their parents and others who came before them.

That has broad economic implications that could impact overall rates of home ownership and entrepreneurship, said Sarah House, an economist at Wells Fargo Securities.

Millennials in their mid-30s now started their careers amid optimism that baby boomers would… …read more