Business Insider and Morning Consult report millennials are delaying pretty much every life event.
And that's because of money. Or, the lack of money, to be precise.
They're putting off big things, like buying a home, having a medical procedure, and making a career move.
Half of millennials have delayed purchasing a house because they can't afford it, compared to 23% of boomers.
But money is also affecting their love lives.
Millennials aren't just delaying marriage and kids, they're also beginning or ending a relationship because of it.
In 2017, the average age of a first marriage was 27 for women and 29 for men; in 1980, it was 22 and 25, respectively.