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The oldest millennials may be turning 40, but they’re still keeping up with the latest tech – CNBC

The oldest millennials, who are turning 40 this year, haven’t lost their step when it comes to keeping up with technological advancements.

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As millennials begin to turn 40 in 2021, CNBC Make It has launched Middle-Aged Millennials, a series exploring how the oldest members of this generation have grown into adulthood amid the backdrop of the Great Recession and the Covid-19 pandemic, student loans, stagnant wages and rising costs of living.
The oldest millennials, who are turning 40 this year, haven’t lost their step when it comes to keeping up with technological advancements.
In fact, about 57% of those born between 1981 and 1988 say…

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