Millennials are often lumped together as victims of bad economic times, but they actually have vast wage disparities — and some are doing just fine.
By the numbers: The median wage for statisticians and financial analysts — both of which have high concentrations of older millennials — is $84,000 a year. That’s significantly more than the hundreds of thousands of slightly younger millennials working as cashiers with a median income of $21,000.
The youngest job paying above the $37,700 median income of all occupations is technicians in the life, fitness and social sciences, with a median age of 35 years. Almost half of financial analysts, event planners and market analysts are millennials, and they also make at least $10,000 above