A new study found that the most popular services among millennials are the ones that offer personal or family vacation, healthcare, and travel.
According to the survey, a whopping 81% of millennial residents use their smartphones to access those services.
The survey was conducted by APS for the company’s corporate services division.
APS also released the results of its survey, which was based on a survey of 1,000 millennials who have lived in the U.S. for at least a year.
The company’s survey found that personal care services were the most-popular category among millennials.
They also found that family vacation and travel services were top picks.
APPS survey also found the following: Personal Care Services were most popular with millennials who were 18 to 24 years old.
Health Care services were most preferred with millennials in their 50s and older.
Travel was preferred with older millennials.
APSS found that millennials are also looking for ways to spend their money.
They want to invest more in technology, but they also want to use their mobile devices to find, shop, and book travel.
For example, 52% of millennials said they would consider using a personal device for checking the weather and the internet, and 37% said they plan to use the device for a shopping trip.
The millennial respondents also want more financial freedom.
Nearly half of millennials want more flexibility to spend more money, and half want to be able to pay their bills online.
APSA also found some surprising trends among millennials, especially among the more educated.
Fifty-four percent of millennial respondents reported they have a college degree, up from 39% in the previous survey.
And millennials are more likely than older Americans to have a retirement savings account.
According a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, 59% of those surveyed said they planned to invest in a retirement account by 2025.
This survey also revealed that millennials have been making significant investments in their digital assets.
They are spending more than twice as much money per month on digital assets, and that amount has grown at a faster rate than the price of digital goods, according to APS data.