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Are you a millennial who earns six figures and still feels broke? Then you might be a “Henry,” short for “high earner, not rich yet.”
Melkorka Licea first reported on the Henry millennial for the New York Post. The acronym, invented by Shawn Tully in a 2003 Fortune magazine article, has come to characterize a certain group of six-figure earners who are mostly millennials, Licea wrote.
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