Would you break up with your significant other for $36,000?
If you're a millennial, there's a good chance you just said "yes."
A recent survey by Comet showed that 32% of millennials would split from their significant other for a $36,000 raise.
That result is just one aspect of life as a millennial.
With massive student loan debt and rising living expenses, millennials are more willing to forego personal relationships in exchange for career advancement.
For example, 41% percent of those surveyed said they would break up with their partner for a promotion.
Along with that, millennials are willing to stay single for over a decade and delay marriage and children for almost as long in exchange for a leg up at work.
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