Posted on: August 21, 2015“Tomorrow” is a phrase commonly uttered by just about everyone. Laundry, yardwork, or homework; all of it can wait until tomorrow. But when it comes to Millennials, who were the basis of our study, more things are put off than menial chores. It can be tough to save money or complete an education, as life does get in the way of these things sometimes. And the trials for Millennials have been particularly difficult, as many found themselves graduating college while the country was mired in a recession. So important things such as setting up a 401k or homeownership get set aside in favor of shorter term needs, like affording rent or food. Since Millennials are characteristically delaying what is considered by older generations life “goals,” we sought out to ask them which they were most likely to postpone: having children, homeownership, investing in a 401k, finishing their degree or getting married. Note: The Millennial Age Range is a tad ambiguous, but generally refers to those born in 1982 to 1997, depending on which source you use. Obviously those who are 33 years old will have different life goals than those who are 18 years old, so we compared the 18 – 24 year, and the 25 – 34 year age range to see if there were big differences.