Our country’s young adults have officially taken over the workforce. Millennials are 75.4 million strong and compose nearly one-third of the U.S. workforce — and that number will continue to grow. The 19- to 35-age range is set to make up half of our workforce by 2030.

Despite a reputation for being well-educated and tech-savvy, research shows that millennials have low participation rates in employee benefits and are less likely to know about their employers’ benefits compared to other age groups.

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