In the first quarter of 2015, millennials became the largest generation in the U.S labor force, with 53.5 million workers.
As a result of volatile economic conditions and shifting lifestyle priorities, this generation—my generation—has made different decisions as compared to previous generations.
From working for multiple companies to launching their own or getting in on the "sharing economy" boom, the 18-to-34 generation is changing the way business is done.
But should millennials continue on this trajectory when it comes to retirement planning?
The workplace formerly served as the retirement plan epicenter, often offering lifetime pensions and benefits after spending an entire career at one company.