Millennials are upsizing their financial goals. Well, at least millennial men are.
The gap between what millennial men and millennial women aspire to earn is widening, according to a TD Ameritrade survey. The brokerage questioned 1,519 Americans, ages 21 to 37, throughout the U.S., in an online survey in February and March.
Men said they'd like to earn $118,000 a year. Women said they'd be happy with $58,500.
The jumps in salary aspiration were surprising, says Chris Bohlsen, director of investor services at TD Ameritrade.