Today’s bits: Healthy Living, Millennials vs. Boomers, Fingerprint sensors can be hacked, and what they heck is a mesh Wi-Fi?

A few bits…

Why Costco loves store sales: you try shipping a tub of mayo

At United Airlines and Wells Fargo, toxic corporate culture starts with the CEO

Are we at peak auto?

Think you’re safer with fingerprint sensors? They can be hacked pretty easily

All the cool kids are using mesh Wi-Fi. Check out the latest mesh Wi-Fi at Amazon

Healthy Living: What’s good for you?

News is bad for you… I have frequently said, avoiding news can make you a happier person.

Laughter! The best medicine?

Run!  For your life

Walk! If you can’t run

Breathe! For your stress

Eat! You are what you eat

Fast! Doesn’t mean what it used to

Sleep! Is the new status symbol

Millennials vs. Boomers

Far fewer millennials are getting married early

In 1980, two-thirds of 25- to 34-year-olds were already married. One in eight had already been married and divorced. In 2015, just two in five millennials were married, and only 7 percent had been divorced.

Baby boomers’ eagerness to get married meant they were far more likely than today’s young people to live on their own. Anderson looked at the share of each generation living independently, either as heads of their own household or in married couples.

married millenials

Image credit: Bloomberg

They are staying home longer

Many more millennials are living at home with their parents longer than Boomers did.

failure to launch

Image credit: Bloomberg

… and getting more college degrees

education gap

Image credit: Bloomberg

Chart of the Day

Infographic: China Executes Most People By Far | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

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