Young adults face distinct financial opportunities, including early career challenges, figuring out how best to handle student loans, renting or buying a residence, starting a retirement savings program and even having children. Investing priorities are also distinct for young adults. For example, if you’re in the Gen Y cohort (born from 1981 to 1995) your investment priorities may include a focus on socially responsible investing (SRI) or environmental, social and governmental (ESG) investing. Luckily, there are financial advisors who are especially equipped to help guide clients as they face these challenges and opportunities.