(CNBC) — Millennials are famously unemployed and underemployed, but the reason may not entirely be the so-so job market. Or gaps in their college education.
It could be their body odor.
In the Bank of America Trends in Consumer Mobility report, released Monday, surveyors asked 1,000 adults about the importance of various items in their daily lives. Among millennials, 93 percent said a smartphone was "very" or "somewhat" important, making it the most important item for that age group. Fewer—87 percent—said deodorant was of daily importance, and 91 percent, a toothbrush.
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