A survey from Aviva of millennials in the United Kingdom found about 75 percent of those surveyed found the 'snowflake generation' label unfair and possibly damaging to mental health.
A survey from Aviva of millennials in the United Kingdom found about 75 percent of those surveyed found the 'snowflake generation' label unfair and possibly damaging to mental health. BRYAN ANSELM NYT
A survey from Aviva of millennials in the United Kingdom found about 75 percent of those surveyed found the 'snowflake generation' label unfair and possibly damaging to mental health. BRYAN ANSELM NYT

Millennials say being called ‘snowflakes’ hurts their mental health, survey finds

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